Celtics vs. Spurs: Score, Highlights, Reaction from 2016 Regular Season

December 14th, 2016 by Scott Polacek Leave a reply »

The San Antonio Spurs have been unstoppable forces on the road this season, but they did some home cooking at the expense of the Boston Celtics on Wednesday with a 108-101 victory.     

San Antonio used a strong first quarter and timely responses to every Boston run to control the proceedings. Six different Spurs scored in double figures, led by Kawhi Leonard. The forward was his typical all-around dominant self with 26 points and six assists, and the Spurs as a whole shot 55 percent from the field with 33 assists on 44 made field goals.

San Antonio moved to 20-5 with the win, although the victory was just its seventh at the AT&T Center this season. The Spurs are an impressive 13-1 on the road and clinched the season sweep over the Celtics after already beating them in Boston on Nov. 25. 

With Wednesday's defeat, the C's have lost three games in a row and fell to 13-12. NBA on ESPN noted it was business as usual for these two teams:

Each side was playing without a critical member. The Spurs announced LaMarcus Aldridge was out for rest, while the Celtic ...

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