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43-8, 1st in Southwest

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

LaMarcus Aldridge put up 18 points in the first half, which ties for his 2nd best first half of the season, per research from @ESPNStatsInfo. The Spurs came into the day owning an 18-1 record when Aldridge scores more than 10 points in the opening half.


Aldridge's good start good for Spurs

LaMarcus Aldridge scored 16 points in the first half, tied for his second-best first half of the season. The Spurs entered the night 18-1 when Aldridge scores more than 10 in the first half. Follow live

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The San Antonio Spurs shot 25.9 percent in the opening quarter, yet head into halftime up 54-47 over the Miami Heat. LaMarcus Aldridge leads the way with 16 points and three rebounds. Danny Green has 11 points and five boards, while Kawhi Leonard has chipped in eight points.

Another classic Pop interview moment

Always his eloquent self, Gregg Popovich when asked for his impressions of the first quarter: "We're behind and they're ahead." When asked how that happened, he added: "They scored more than we did."

Heat lead Spurs by 4 after 1

Dwyane Wade was a perfect 3-for-3 from the field in the first quarter, helping Miami take a 24-20 lead over visiting San Antonio. The Spurs shot a dismal 25.9%, including missing all 3 of their 3-point attempts. Follow live

Short-handed Spurs take on Heat

San Antonio is without Tim Duncan (knee) and Manu Ginobili (groin) in Miami tonight. The good news: the Spurs were missing these two in their past two games and they won both. Follow live

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

San Antonio Spurs assistant general manager Sean Marks is a candidate for the Nets' vacant GM job. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich expects Marks to shine when finally given the opportunity to run a team. "I think he's gonna be a star; really has a great feel for talent," Popovich said. "[He] has a great personality, really commands respect and gets along with people. So I think he's gonna be somebody that's gonna have a bright future. We're gonna [have to] kick him out of door here pretty soon. Is he leaving or something? Did he leave and I didn't know?"

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Yo jugué con Kobe Bryant

En la continuación de esta serie, Manu Ginóbili recuerda a Kobe Bryant como el temido rival de conferencia al que no se le podía regalar nada. Leer

Pop hopes Kobe mentors Kawhi Leonard

"Kawhi has learned a lot from the guys that are vets on his own team," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. "And Kobe is just another example of somebody that has been disciplined over time, and been a great pro in understanding the responsibility to bring it night after night after night. Kawhi sees that and understands that. He's trying to live that life."

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Gregg Popovich just joked that they'll "have to kick [assistant GM Sean Marks] out the door soon." Mark is a potential GM candidate for the Nets' vacancy.


Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Duncan getting in a few shots just minutes ago.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

See, no brace on Tim Duncan's right knee as he participates in pre-game warmups. He should be ready to go soon; likely after the All-Star break. But it wouldn't be a surprise if he plays a few minutes Wednesday at Orlando.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich announced forward Tim Duncan will miss his eighth consecutive outing as he deals with a sore right knee. Listed as questionable on Monday, Duncan on Tuesday was downgraded. But the veteran participated in the team's shootaround at the AmericanAirlines Center. Popovich said he's not concerned with Duncan's conditioning, and expects the forward to be ready to go when fully healthy. "I don't worry about Tim," Popovich said. "Timmy's basically been a model of how to keep your body in shape and be ready to go. So he'll figure out what to do over the break. If he was a rookie, I'd worry. I'd give him all kinds of advice. But Timmy will be fine. He doesn't need us to even tell him anything."

Tim Duncan still rising (1:05)

Who had a better career: Bryant or Duncan?

Thompson and Trudell react to Lakers legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Magic Johnson's opposing opinions on who they believed had a better career between Kobe Bryant and Tim Duncan.

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All-time #NBArank: Duncan at No. 8

The Big Fundamental. Old-Man Riverwalk. A man of many names, longtime Spurs big man Tim Duncan checks in on our all-time countdown. No. 8

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Simmons took a roundabout way to NBA

Jonathon Simmons gave himself one last shot at an NBA career -- a D-League tryout with a $150 registration fee. Three seasons later, the "fearless" 26-year-old rookie looks like quite a find for the Spurs. NBA dreams coming true

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Duncan is out for Tuesday's game at Miami along with Matt Bonner and Manu Ginobili. Duncan took part in the team's shootaround Tuesday afternoon and he wasn't wearing a brace on his right knee. Duncan looks close to being able to return to the lineup.

Magic chooses Kobe over Duncan (1:47)
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Room in Spurs' bags for many W's?

The Spurs will begin their 14th rodeo road trip on Tuesday, not returning to AT&T Center until March 2. The eight games are broken up by the All-Star break:

  • Overall record: 75-34 (.688)
  • Best trip: 8-1 (2003 and 2012)
  • Worst trip 4-5 (2015)

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.96th
Rebounds Per Game44.79th
Assists Per Game25.23rd
Points Allowed91.51st

Team History


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