Our beloved San Antonio Spurs (59-11) are four games back of the Warriors for the Western Conference lead. After Monday’s disappointing 91-88 loss to Charlotte, we’re back in our home territory and ready to take on the Miami Heat at the ATT Center.
The Spurs lead the league in scoring defense (92.3) and field goal percentage defense (43.1) and haven’t lost a regular season game at home in over a calendar year. They earned a 44th consecutive win at AT&T Center – tying the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the second longest in NBA history. A win tonight would bring them one step closer to attaining the record.
Miami is coming in off a win on Tuesday night, it 10th in its last 14 road games, the NBA’s second-highest winning percentage behind Golden State since Jan. 25. Obtaining another, as well as maintaining its recent shooting pace, figures to be a difficult task, however.
Miami, 3-24 all-time in San Antonio in regular-season play, has been held to 88.5 points per game and averaged 18.5 turnovers in four straight losses to the Spurs. Statistics every San Antonio fan is proud to celebrate.
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