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43-8, 1st in Southwest

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony Parker faked out Roy Hibbert while driving to the basket, causing the Los Angeles Lakers center to fall and suffer a sprained ankle that put him out for the game. Parker missed the layup after the nifty move, but blamed it on his concern for Hibbert. "Yeah, it surprised me. That's why I missed the layup," Parker said, laughing. "I felt so bad for him. I was like, Oh my God.' Like I felt bad for him. And Kobe [Bryant] told me he was like out, I was like, Aww. Sorry' That's why I missed the layup. I didn't expect [him to] fall like that."

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Lakers fall in Kobe's final game in San Antonio (1:22)
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Spurs hang on to down Lakers

Kobe Bryant put up 25 points in his final game in San Antonio, but LaMarcus Aldridge had 26 points and Kawhi Leonard chipped in 20 for the 106-102 win. Box score

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs top Lakers 106-102 to move to 28-0 at home. The Spurs have won 37 in a row at home dating back to last season.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Lakers are ahead 81-79 after three quarters. D'Angelo Russell hit a 3-pointer with 13 seconds left in the quarter to put the Lakers ahead. LaMarcus Aldridge leads the Spurs with 22 points, and Kawhi Leonard has 20 points to go with 11 rebounds.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs leading 54-51 at the half over the Los Angeles Lakers. LaMarcus Aldridge leads the Spurs with 14 points, followed by Kawhi Leonard with 13.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kobe Bryant said the Spurs helped teach him discipline: " When I first came in the league, I played off a lot of emotion, played with a lot of rage. But to beat San Antonio  I mean, the year we got swept [by them] in '99 really showed me another level of the game in terms of the kind of coldness with which they played, the disciplined that they played with. That's when I realized that I've got to get my game to that level and get it there now."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kobe Bryant on Spurs coach Gregg Popovich: "One of my favorite times I spent with him was during an All-Star Game when he was coaching, and he came up to me right before practice and he said, Hey, should I do a real practice or should I do a 'whatever-walkthrough' All-Star practice?' I said, No, you've got to do a real practice, because I want to see what the hell goes on down there in San Antonio. So you've got to do all the real stuff.' So he lined the guys up, put the guys through it and guys are kind of looking around like, What the hell?' And Tim [Duncan] just looked at me like, Dude, you're killing me.' [I said], Well, I want to see. I want to see what goes on.'"

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Does Spurs coach Gregg Popovich have a specific memory of Kobe Bryant? "I just see him turning and fading on the baseline on both sides over and over and over again," Popovich said. "People playing great D on him, and he rises up over them with that beautiful touch and he just knocks it down. I see him doing it all the time in my dreams."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Speaking of Kobe Bryant in the Spurs' pregame video tribute, guard Manu Ginobili said, "You knew that every time you were going to compete against him, you had to bring it. If not, he was going to make you look bad, that's for sure." Guard Tony Parker said, "He was for us the Michael Jordan of our generation. It was just an honor to play against him." And Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said, "He's the guy that is ready to put his foot on your throat and win at all costs every single night." In a video message directly to Bryant, Popovich said, "It's been a pleasure watching you all these years. Your competitiveness is inspiring. I hope that you're as successful in your next life as you've been in your first one. Good luck to you, man."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

In a moving video tribute prior to Kobe Bryant's final game in San Antonio, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili all spoke about facing Bryant over the years. "Whether you were up 20 or down 10 or whatever it may be," Duncan said, "you knew that he was someone you had to keep an eye on, you had to worry about, you had to fear, because he was going to bring it."

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Kobe Bryant just got a nice tribute video and a "Kobe-Kobe" chant from the crowd here at the AT&T Center.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Kobe Bryant on how the San Antonio Spurs elevated his game: "Their discipline. When I first came into the league, I played off a lot of emotion. I played with a lot of rage. But the year we got swept in '99, it really showed me another level of the game in terms of the coldness in which they played, and the discipline they played with. That's when I realized I've got to get my game to that level, and I've got to get there now. They helped me find that next level of discipline."

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Bryant: A lot of good memories in San Antonio (1:08)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs will honor Kobe Bryant with a video tribute tonight prior to his final game in San Antonio.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Gregg Popovich just said that Tim Duncan is close. Said he's been getting in some three-on-three work lately.

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Lakers (11-41) at Spurs (42-8)

Kobe Bryant's farewell tour makes its final trip to San Antonio with the Mamba enjoying his best stretch of the season: 29.3 points per game while hitting 15-of-30 from 3 over the past three games. Follow live

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Curiosas analogías en tiempos de Super Bowl

La fascinación por el Super Bowl en los Estados Unidos involucra desde fans hasta estrellas de la NBA, a sabiendas, el colega Martín Bater comparó a 5 jugadores de la NBA con sus colegas de la NFL que se les parezcan en estilo de juego o actitud. Leer

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San Antonio's dominating defense

The Spurs held their opponent to 90 points or fewer for the 25th time this season after Friday's win. San Antonio's defense held Dallas to just 26 points in the first half.

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Tony Parker joins Spurs Legends

The veteran point guard became the fourth Spurs player to make 7,000 career field goals, joining Tim Duncan, George Gervin and David Robinson. The Spurs are just the third franchise to have four players reach the milestone, joining the Celtics and Lakers (via Elias).

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Duncan (knee), Matt Bonner (left calf strain), and Manu Ginobili (surgical recovery) are all out for Saturday's Game against the Lakers.

Tim Duncan ruled out for Lakers game

The Spurs center will miss his seventh straight game tonight because of soreness in his right knee. The Spurs are 42-8 this season and beat the Lakers by 13 points two weeks ago.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.95th
Rebounds Per Game44.58th
Assists Per Game25.23rd
Points Allowed91.31st

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2015-16438.843
2014-155527.671
2013-146220.756
2012-135824.707
2011-125016.758

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