The Spurs once again played well against a contender, but simply couldn’t close the game out, in what is becoming a pattern.
After a great showing in opening night, bad three-point shooting and too many turnovers made it impossible for the Spurs to upset a similarly sloppy Nuggets team on the road.
The Spurs kicked off the 2021-22 season with an exhilarating win over the Magic and received contributions from everyone in the lineup.
All 12 Spurs score and impress in San Antonio’ final preseason outing as they beat the inexperienced Houston Rockets; 126-98
The Spurs built a big lead with their normal rotation, but had to endure a late charge by the Magic’s starters after sending in their third stringers in the fourth quarter.
Spurs fight Miami down the stretch but fall late to Max Strus and the Heat; 109-105
In preseason game 1 the Spurs show encouraging signs that they might not be at the bottom of the NBA as many people suggest. They beat the undermanned Jazz; 111-85.
The young Spurs battled back from down double digits to give themselves a chance in the 4th, but couldn’t find the game winner at the end
Despite overcoming a terrible start to give themselves a chance to win late, the Spurs couldn’t make it past the Grizzlies.
The shorthanded and young Spurs get battered by the Suns in a game where little mattered for the San Antonio ball club, Phoenix won; 140-103.
San Antonio failed to punch their ticket to the play-in tournament with a win, but Sacramento does it for them.
San Antonio played a decent game in Brooklyn but were unable to deal with the Beard.
Patty Mills broke out of his slump and the young core shined in an unexpectedly easy home win for the Spurs.
The Jazz proved to be on another level, beating the Spurs comfortably for the second time in a row while missing two All-Stars.
Shorthanded and young San Antonio hung in before losing to Philadelphia; 113-111.
The Spurs lose a heartbreaker in OT to the Celtics in their final game of their mini 4 game road trip; 143-140
The Spurs fought back hard from a couple of bad quarters, but a 17-0 Heat run in the second half was too much to overcome.
The Spurs won a game that wasn’t always pretty at the free throw line.
The Spurs bounced back after the loss to the Heat by beating a shorthanded Pistons teams while resting some players of their own.
The Spurs were neck and neck with Miami through three quarters but ran out of gas late to lose 107-87.
San Antonio followed their impressive win in Phoenix with an ugly but easy victory over a tired, shorthanded opponent.
Without DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl and Patty Mills, the Spurs blew out the 2nd seed Phoenix Suns in spectacular fashion; 111-85
DeRozan, Gay and Poeltl each had a shot with under 10 seconds to play to win the game for San Antonio but none dropped as Spurs lose 107-106 to a LIllard-less Portland.
The Spurs faced a wounded opponent, but lacked the killer instinct to take advantage.
San Antonio returned to victory thanks to a fantastic performance by their star wing.
The Spurs tried hard to break their losing spell but the Nuggets end up having too much as they outlast the Spurs; 121-119.