SAN ANTONIO -- The San Antonio Spurs survived a resilient Washington Wizards squad 107-105 Friday for their first home win since Nov. 21, yet reserve guard Manu Ginobili winced as if success had just drop-kicked him between the shoulders when pondering his club's prospects. “It's taking us a
Gregg Popovich did not anticipate anything to carry over from a recent victory over the Dallas Mavericks into the contest against the Washington Wizards. “Every game is different from the previous game,” Popovich said. He was right. The Spurs didn't need a fourth quarter explosion this time around
Gregg Popovich staying right on top of them. Spurs up 88-80 with 8:42 left to play. Much better ball distribution which has led to more balanced scoring. Four Spurs are in double figures. Bench guards Manu Ginobili and Patty Mills have a combined 13 assists.