Spurs will embark on a two game road trip after having a successful six game homestand. The Spurs were 4 -2 at home losing to the defending NBA champions Golden State Warriors and the much improved Milwaukee Bucks. With wins against the L. A. Clippers and Chicago Bulls last week, the Spurs proved they are still a team to be reckoned with.
The Spurs bench has been impressive especially in the performances of Rudy Gay and Bryn Forbes. Against the Clippers the Spurs had three players score 20 points or more. The win against the Chicago Bulls produced 8 double figure scorers, led by Pau Gasol with 21 points and 10 rebounds, and a season high 133 points scored, this despite having several players not suited up to play or injury including Manu Ginobili and Danny Green.
Notes: Both Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker continue to rehabilitate injuries.
Tues. 11/14 at Dallas (played at press time)
Wed. 11/15 at Minnesota 7:30 pm
Fri. 11/17 vs. Oklahoma City 7:00 pm
Mon. 11/20 vs. Atlanta 7:30 pm