Spurs hit more shots in the first half within 5 feet of the basket (16) than the Nets hit all half (15).
51-36 Spurs at halftime. Spurs shooting 51 percent, Nets shooting 34 percent. Those two stats pretty much sum everything up.
Halftime: Spurs 51, Nets 37. Parker with 14 points, Kawhi has 13 points.
I think the Spurs finally broke ESPN. http://t.co/5mZ5lekMnM
Halftime: Spurs 51, Brooklyn 36. Parker with 14, Leonard with 13, Duncan with 6/7/5/3/4. Brooklyn shooting 34.1 percent.
Now even BAYNES is setting up dunks with interior bounce passes. Spurs lead 47-32.
Spurs and Nets are tied in average age. The difference is that the Spurs move with purpose and the Nets move at a glacier place.
Jarrett Jack hits a pair of free throws to snap an 11-0 Spurs run, but it's now 36-20. Nets are now 8-for-28 (28.6 percent) from the floor.
That was quick. 8-0 run for Spurs in the first two minutes of the 2nd and they're up 33-18.
Floodgates are officially open. Spurs lead by 15.
Spurs have opened the second quarter with an 8-0 run, and now lead 33-18. Duncan dominating inside.
Why is the Spurs mascot a kangaroo?
It says a lot about the Spurs that during starting lineup intros Tim Duncan is announced first and Boris Diaw is announced last night.
No Splitter for Spurs. Lopez played well in the 4th quarter after going back-and-forth with Hollins. Has a chance to keep moving forward.
Tidbit from FSSW: Spurs, Nets tied for second-oldest average age in NBA at 29.9. Memphis leads at 30.1.
We joked about the Knicks record, but compared to the Sixers they look like the Spurs tonight. MCW might need to write a retraction.
More concerning is apparent fact that the Spurs are still in dark about what's aggravating Splitter's calf. Pop: "I don't have any answer."
"Them" has a pretty good PER this year, so the Spurs should be able to skate by without their No. 2 and 3 point guards.
Spurs are a 10.5 point favorite tonight vs. Nets. Brooklyn comes into SA with Offensive Rating 104.8 (15th), Defensive Rating 103.7 (17th).
No Splitter, Mills, Bonner or Cory Joseph for the Spurs tonight. Marco Belinelli is a game-time decision.
Spurs' injury report for tonight's game vs. Nets http://t.co/iaDtOeL6HJ
Kevin Garnett will sit out tonight (rest) vs. Spurs.
Spurs injury report: Belinelli (questionable). Joseph (ankle) and Bonner (ill) doubtful. Splitter (calf) and Mills (shoulder surgery) out.
Brooklyn Nets say Kevin Garnett (rest) will not play in tonight's game against the San Antonio Spurs.
The low-point of the Duncan-era Spurs probably was 2010-11 (the Grizzlies upset). ... And they won 61 games that year, most in the West.