San Antonio Spurs vs. Philadelphia 76ers: Live Analysis, Updates, and Highlights
The Spurs end the fourth quarter with a 15-3 run while the Sixers shoot 1-of-10 to secure the five-point victory, 90-85. Tim Duncan finished with 24 points, 17 rebounds, and 5 assists.
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With their 90-85 loss to the Spurs, the 76ers have not won back-to-back games since November.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 22, 2013
And it's over in Philadelphia. The Spurs end the fourth quarter with a 15-3 run while the Sixers shoot 1-of-10 to secure the five-point victory.
You can see Philly's inexperience, relative to San Antonio's. Also, you can see that the Sixers stink, unlike the Spurs.— Ethan Strauss (@SherwoodStrauss) January 22, 2013
Nick Young misses the triple and Boris Diaw is fouled on the rebound. He goes one of two from the free throw line.
Holding the Spurs under their season average is a hell of an accomplishment for the Sixers. But they ran out of gas.— Christopher A. Vito (@ChrisVito) January 22, 2013
Parker makes one of two free throws to put the Spurs up four with 13 seconds remaining.
Tony Parker hits two free throws to put the Spurs up five with 20.2 to go. Timeout Philadelphia.
That's an absolutely terrible turnover by Jrue Holiday. Big mistake.— SBNation NBA (@SBNationNBA) January 22, 2013
The Spurs have a three-point lead and the ball with less than a minute remaining.
Holiday's FT ends a Spurs' 9-0 run.— John R. Finger (@jrfingerCSN) January 22, 2013
Kawhi Leonard gets looked at by medical staff on the bench.
Philly went on a 23-4 run and looked to be pulling away, but squandered multiple consecutive possessions and let the Spurs back in. 82 all— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) January 22, 2013
Kawhi Leonard steals the ball at the inbound and dunks it on the fast break, then hits a three the next possession to tie this game at 82. Timeout 76ers.
The 76ers have three players in double digits.
Nick Young makes a second triple to put the 76ers up seven.
Nick Young hits the triple to extend the 76ers' lead.
Duncan is back in the game. As is Tony Parker.
Royal Ivey, of all people, cans a 3 to make it a two-point game.— Christopher A. Vito (@ChrisVito) January 22, 2013
After trailing by 17 early, the 76ers have taken their first lead of the night. Popovich calls timeout, likely to get these guys back in the game.
Spencer Hawes goes up and under for the layup.
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