After rallying back from a double-digit deficit to take a late third quarter lead, the Spurs completely bombed out in the final 13+ minutes of play.
The shorthanded Spurs were simply outclassed by a superior opponent and are now on an eight-game losing streak heading into the Rodeo Road Trip.
Too much Sabonis and too many turnovers hurt the Spurs throughout the game.
The Spurs had a strong start but couldn’t keep up with an opponent that stifled them with a zone defense and rained threes on them.
Sochan and Keldon score 30+ apiece but it’s not enough in comeback effort that went all the way to OT.
San Antonio had zero answers to combat the hot hands of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George.
The Spurs hung capably for 3+ quarters with Lakers squad that welcomed back its star center Anthony Davis and its new swingman Rui Hachimura
A poor third quarter undid a hot start for San Antonio, leading to a loss on the first of a three-game West Coast swing.
It was downright ugly at times, but the Spurs found a way to win a chippy, entertaining game against the Nets.
The Spurs were going toe to toe with one of the league’s best offenses, but a bad third quarter doomed them.
Over 68,000 came out to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the winningest franchise in the NBA
After a strong start, a horrific second quarter had the Spurs playing catch-up all night, and they still almost made it.
The Spurs and Grizzlies are set to duke it out again tonight
The shorthanded Spurs battle hard but their defense lets the them down in the end.
It was the second game of a back-to-back and they were missing their three best players, but the Spurs still made sure to give the Celtics all that they could handle in a fun matchup.
The Spurs lost Devin Vassell before the game and Keldon Johnson during it, but Tre Jones stepped up and led them to victory.
Despite a career 38 point game from Jalen Brunson, the Spurs had chances to win at the end, but mental errors kept them from getting shots to win or tie
The Spurs were simply no match for Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and the Nets, which reached their 12th win in a row.
The ball was definitely dropping in a high scoring New Year’s Eve showdown
There were some big individual performances in this one but it took a team effort to get San Antonio the win against the shorthanded Knicks.
Even though the Spurs never led after the first quarter, they kept it close until there was nothing left in the tank for the fourth.
It was closer than it should have been after being in control for three quarters, but a great performance in the clutch by Tre Jones allowed the Spurs to hold off the Jazz.
What as a competitive game after three quarters turned into a blowout loss with Orlando hitting their first eight threes in the fourth.
Jeremy Sochan had a fantastic performance but it wasn’t enough to help the Spurs overcome a horrendous start against a scorching hot C.J. McCollum and his Pelicans.
With the win, the Spurs move out of the basement of the West division standings.
31-17 fourth quarter.
It was a tale of two halves as Spurs spot a big lead and struggle to get back into the game late.
The Spurs played a fantastic first half and managed to hold off a late comeback attempt to win their third game in a row.
Devin Vassell is making that leap
While still ravaged by injuries, the Spurs took down a fellow bottom-dweller to return to victory for the first time in a long while.