Originally posted by 49ersGiantspride: at least now I'm able to watch my team for tonight amazing how even for the most part the NBA is fixed that the Spurs get almost no attention. They're the best team in the NBA.
ya it was amazing how when the Spurs (best record) played the Lakers (defending Champs) two weeks ago, ESPN spent the first 15 minutes of sportscenter talking about why the Heat lost to the Bulls.
Originally posted by global_nomad: on tv in the bay area tonight
damn Duncan down for the count!
SAN ANTONIO (AP)—Spurs forward Tim Duncan(notes) sprained his left ankle Monday night against Golden State after coming down awkwardly on the foot.
X-rays were negative. Duncan did not return.
The 34-year-old All-Star fell and immediately reached for his left foot after hitting a short jumper early in the first quarter. He lay on his side, clutching his foot with both hands, for more than a minute before being helped into the locker room.
Duncan has stayed healthy all season for the NBA-best Spurs, avoiding injuries unlike recent years.
Duncan has started all but one game. That was Saturday against Charlotte— when Spurs coach Gregg Popovich didn’t want to risk Duncan getting hurt on the second night of a back-to-back.
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