Weekend Warriors: Spurs Beat Sixers, Thunder To Move To 8-1

November 15th, 2010 by Josh Delp Leave a reply »

The silver and black are looking sharp. They are on top of their game through nine contests so far this year. The Spurs have now won seven straight and have the second best record in the NBA, second only to the 8-0 Hornets, who are the only team to beat them.

The weekend started out with a 116-93 romp of the Philadelphia 76ers at the AT&T Center on Saturday. Tim Duncan played a meager 24 minutes and didn’t produce like he usually does. He scored just 7 points, had 6 rebounds, and dished out 5 assists. It didn’t matter. The Spurs got help from everyone else. DeJuan Blair had 13 points and 12 rebounds in just 24 minutes to aid down low.

The game was over by the start of the third quarter as the Spurs outscored the Sixers 35-12. Led by George Hill’s 16 p ...

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