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.
The Spurs went toe to toe with Denver for most of the game, but had nothing left late and extended the losing streak.
The Spurs finished their nine-game homestand with just two wins after getting steamrolled by a more energetic opponent.
Spurs can’t seem to catch a break as they fall to shorthanded Indiana in their second straight overtime game; 139-133.
Atlanta repeatedly left the door open for San Antonio to steal this win, but a tired Spurs team on the second game of a back-to-back simply couldn’t get it done.
After losing to the Kings on Monday, San Antonio pulled off an impressive victory tonight that was fueled by the energy from youngsters and veterans alike.
The Spurs couldn’t snap the Kings’ winning streak in the first of two consecutive matchups and have now lost five out of their last six games.
The Spurs find their offense to beat the Chicago Bulls for their first win in 4 and their first of their 9 game home stand.
The Spurs offense failed them in the 2nd half against a Clippers team missing half its rotation.
The Spurs tried to mount a comeback after a bad first half, but the Hornets held off to escape San Antonio with an unexpected win.
San Antonio ends their 5 game road trip with a hard-fought loss against a top 5 team in the league, losing 120-113.
Keldon Johnson’s 23-point, 21-rebound double-double powers the Spurs to victory in Demar DeRozan’s return game against the young Cleveland Cavaliers
After playing one of their worst halves of the season, San Antonio mounted a furious rally late to cap off a 106-99 victory in Chicago.
San Antonio simply couldn’t keep up with the best team in the East and suffered their worst loss of the season.
The Spurs started horribly but blew the Magic out in the 2nd and 4th quarters for the easy win.
The Spurs were outscored 63-45 in the second half.
A 10-0 run in the final 120 seconds of the 4th got the game to overtime, but that’s where San Antonio’s magic ran out.
Another San Antonio game came down to the closing moments, but this time there was no collapse.
San Antonio rallied back from 16 down with a record breaking 2nd quarter for a second straight double-digit victory.
San Antonio’s young perimeter stars and bench carried the day