November 6, 2019


The Spurs suffered their first home loss of the 2019-20 season Sunday at the hands of the Los Angeles Lakers. The loss follows the team’s first road trip which included back-to-back games; falling to the Clippers 103-97, and defeating a depleted Warriors team 127-110.

Sunday’s home loss brings the Spurs overall record to 4-2, dropping two of the last 3 games. Despite overcoming a 19 point deficit, the Lakers length and athleticism proved too much to overcome. Lebron James finished the game with a 21 point, 11 rebound, and 13 assist triple-double. Newly acquired Anthony Davis added a double-double with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Dwight Howard also had a double-double in the Lakers win chipping in 14 points and 13 rebounds.

Dejounte Murray led the Spurs with 18 points and 11 rebounds while also dishing out 4 assists in only 24 minutes. Murray; still recovering from a season ending knee  injury last preseason, is playing under strict minute restrictions.

The Spurs will look to rebound from its first home loss Tuesday, November 5 against the Atlanta Hawks in Atlanta.

Upcoming games:

Tue, November 5 @Atlanta Hawks 630 pm

Thu, November 7 vs. Oklahoma Thunder 730 pm

Sat, November 9 vs Boston Celtics 4 pm

Mon, November 11 vs Memphis Grizzlies 630 pm

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