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Day doesn't seem so cold and cloudy after brief chat with Ricky Rubio.
Love said players on both teams were joking about Pop smoking out the arena in Mexico City. But how do they know he didn't?
Duncan shooting 55.9 pct over his last nine, pulling his season pct up to 45.9 after bottoming out at 37.5.
Will be interesting to see if Thomas is active vs. Wolves tongiht instead of DeColo
Brace yourself...Malcolm Thomas re-called from the Toros.
Mack definitely does his own tweeting, by the way.
SportVU wonkiness. Splitter ranks 6th in opp. FG% at rim among those who face at least three such shots per game. Fifth? Jeremy Lin.
The resemblance is uncanny.
Wild day. Country club, board room, football and the Vatican. Also, I met someone who said, "Oh, yeah, I recognize your Twitter picture."
The business!! Baked bone marrow http://t.co/c0qTsJfb6g
Confirmed that there are no plans for Mack Brown and Bill Powers to meet tonight.
I was the uncouth sports writer who brought up football at an inappropriate time, by the way.
Powers declined to comment on Mack Brown: "We'll discuss football at the appropriate time."
Powers: "I'm grateful for the support. ... It is very positive to get this behind us."
Board chairman Foster: "I'm confident all this controversy will be a distant memory." No action by board. Meeting adjourned.
Cigarroa says his endorsement is contingent on Powers' working to improve communication and relationship with chancellor and the board.
Cigarroa recommends Powers continues as president. "I believe it's in the best interest of the university."
Cigarroa: relationship between Powers and board "remains strained."
Cigarroa's statement not flattering Powers so far.
Chancellor Cigarroa making statement about Powers. Says conversations with Powers have "been often difficult."
Bill Powers has been waiting here at the regents meeting all day. He's in a room filled with supporters while board's in executive session.
Got up, drove to SA to hear Mack say nothing, drove back to Austin, waiting for regents & Powers to possibly say nothing. Don't be jealous.
Endorsement of Spurs' depth and Pop's discipline with minutes: Top nine rotation players have made 183 of a possible 189 appearances.
More McCombs: "I think Mack has earned the right to do whatever he wants to do, whether he wants to stay or wants to go."
If I didn't know any better I would guess Red McCombs was a cartoon character. Then again high-powered football booster is sorta same thing.
Red McCombs asked if Texas can get Saban if Mack leaves: "There's no question. All the money that's not under the Vatican is at UT."
Helfrich, interrupting Mack during a long, earnest answer: "You're really good at this."
Mack on Oregon: "I thought we were lucky we drew one of the best teams in the country." Yep, we're all the way through the looking glass.
Mack declines to comment on whether this will be his last game.
Mack Brown says he wants to talk to Powers and Patterson "about where we're going and where our team is going."
Mack: "I'm looking forward to my meeting with Bill and Steve."
Mack: "My situation has not changed."
Red McCombs is in the room.
Full disclosure: Did not do the math on that one myself. Someone else told me. Looked smart, so I trusted him.
Had Milwaukee been a tad more competitive, Duncan almost certainly would have become oldest player on record to have 20-20 game. Again.
Clearly, this team needs to loosen up a bit. Just too tight.
Wish I'd got this in my gamer, but didn't: Patty Mills leading a chorus of "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the showers after the game.
Jeff Ayres on TD's ability to focus on night like this: "He can’t turn it off. It’s been on for so long, the switch is broke.”
Second night of a back-to-back, in Milwaukee, against a struggling and undermanned team. If ever Tim Duncan might mail one in ... but didn't
Tim Duncan had 21 points, 16 boards, two blocks. He outscored, out-rebounded and out shot-blocked Bucks' starting five by himself.
We leave the North of US ! ❄❄❄ ✈ http://t.co/xCsPpL3UEM
First set of back-to-backs in five nights, no Spur played more than 29 minutes as they won both by combined 45 points.
Tim Duncan was the best player on the court in the 1,199th regular season game of his career: 21 pts, 16 rebs, 3 assts, 2 blks.
Oops, 16 RB for Duncan, not 18 vs. Bucks.
Unofficially, this game has been over since 1Q. Mercifully, it is officially over now. Spurs 109, Bucks 77. Everyone drive safe.
Bobo to Bonner, le magnifique.
Bucks TV's "Shining Moment of the Game" is John Henson goaltending Tim Duncan. Absolutely not making this up.
Spurs' most lopsided win of the season: 120-89 at NYK on 11/10. We're threatening that here.
Spurs up 100-66, and there's still almost six minutes left in this game.
Spurs really struggling to reach 100 points here early 4Q. Which is OK because Bucks remain stuck on 60.
Le ciagre du triomphe
Sean talking about reach-arounds. WHEN WILL THIS GAME END???
Seven Nation Army to start the fourth quarter. Just not the same.
People paid money to watch this. Disgraceful.
Nobody's played more than 25 minutes.
I can only assume there are still fans inside the Bradley Center because it is literally 3 degrees outside the Bradley Center.
The Spurs are crushing their enemy, seeing them driven before them, and hearing the lamentation of their dance team.
The score is 90-52.
36 point lead, 13 minutes left.
That photo was taken in the first quarter, btw.
If a tree falls in the Bradley Center ... http://t.co/A7CRPesqA7
That was some mighty fine defense there by Cory Joseph. And I can't believe I'm still paying attention.
Jeff Ayres up to 10 rebounds. Decent night's work.
Duncan out with four minutes left. He'll be on the team plane before the final buzzer.
Duncan could easily have another 20-20 game tonight ... but he better hurry. Doubt he plays in 4Q.
Spurs are up 74-45 with 7:22 left in 3Q in Milwaukee. Duncan has 19 points, 14 rebounds and two blocks.
29-point game. And I'm going to get beer.
Duncan up to 19-14 vs.Bucks ... and there's 7:30 left in 3rd qtr.
Battle-Scarred Shogun up to 19 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 blocks in 20 minutes.
Kawhi with the Pippen. Spurs up 25.
Spurs lead Bucks 63-40 at half. Heading over to Goolsby's.
16/10/3/2 for Duncan in the first half.
There's Duncan's double double ... in 1st half!
Bucks are trying to guard Tony Parker with Nate Wolters. Parker could probably go for 50, but then why expend the energy?