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Spurs and Kings tied at 24 end of first quarter.


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Spurs and Kings tied at 24 end of first quarter.


thanks for the info bro, spurs will definitely pull this one!!!


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HALFTIME- SPURS 56, KINGS 54, TD HAS ALREADY 20 POINTS AND 8 REBS. LOOKS LIKE TD WILL HAVE A BIG NIGHT SCORING WISE, IF THE KINGS WILL KEEP IT CLOSE...

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HALFTIME- SPURS 56, KINGS 54, TD HAS ALREADY 20 POINTS AND 8 REBS. LOOKS LIKE TD WILL HAVE A BIG NIGHT SCORING WISE, IF THE KINGS WILL KEEP IT CLOSE...
Tim is not being mentioned in the MVP prognostications, but his number are speaking, make that screaming for themselves.

Plus their record too!


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boholano wrote:
HALFTIME- SPURS 56, KINGS 54, TD HAS ALREADY 20 POINTS AND 8 REBS. LOOKS LIKE TD WILL HAVE A BIG NIGHT SCORING WISE, IF THE KINGS WILL KEEP IT CLOSE...
Tim is not being mentioned in the MVP prognostications, but his number are speaking, make that screaming for themselves.

Plus their record too!


I don't know if TD still cares about MVP at this stage in his career. i think "THE RING" collection is his hobby. he is trying to get 4 rings to equal SHAQ, then hopefully get 1 more before before he retires...i think these Tim,Tony,Manu troika is good for two more championship rings...

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boholano wrote:
hands_of_stone wrote:
boholano wrote:
HALFTIME- SPURS 56, KINGS 54, TD HAS ALREADY 20 POINTS AND 8 REBS. LOOKS LIKE TD WILL HAVE A BIG NIGHT SCORING WISE, IF THE KINGS WILL KEEP IT CLOSE...
Tim is not being mentioned in the MVP prognostications, but his number are speaking, make that screaming for themselves.

Plus their record too!


I don't know if TD still cares about MVP at this stage in his career. i think "THE RING" collection is his hobby. he is trying to get 4 rings to equal SHAQ, then hopefully get 1 more before before he retires...i think these Tim,Tony,Manu troika is good for two more championship rings...


yeah, more rings to come...


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Its now 74-64 5 minute left in the 3rd. Spurs lead Kings.


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Its 88-78, Timmy has 32 and 12 rebs already.


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TD is just too big for these 6'9" pair of kings defenders. he is just killing them down low....

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End of the 3rd, 91-78 Spurs.


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DUNCAN, SPURS TOO MUCH FOR KINGS

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SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 19 (AP) -- Tim Duncan scored a season-high 35 points and grabbed 14 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs improved their franchise-best road start to 5-0 with a 108-99 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Sunday night.

The first meeting between the teams since the Spurs beat the Kings in the sixth game of their first-round playoff series in May was a physical game that featured three players leave for the locker room to get stitches.

Brent Barry scored 11 points off the bench before going down with 22.2 seconds left in the second quarter following a hard collision with Ronnie Price. Both players were helped off the court and needed stitches - nine for Barry to close a 2-inch gash on the left side of his forehead and seven for Price on his chin. Both returned, with Barry sporting a giant bandage held on by a headband.

Sacramento's Kenny Thomas headed to the locker room 5:25 before halftime to get two stitches on his lip after being hit in the mouth by Duncan. Kings coach Eric Musselman thought it should have been Duncan's third foul but nothing was called.

Ron Artest had 22 points and five rebounds, scoring seven of the Kings' points in a 12-3 spurt to start the second quarter. But the Kings couldn't stay with the Spurs and lost their second straight after a four-game winning streak. San Antonio won for the sixth time in eight games on Sacramento's home floor.

Kevin Martin added 20 points and Sacramento - in a stretch with eight of 10 games at home including three of its next four - had a four-game winning streak in Arco Arena snapped.

The Kings had a tough time getting a hand in the face of the Spurs' shooters, who made five of their first 11 3-point tries and eight in all - three by Barry.

Tony Parker added 17 points and Manu Ginobili 16 for San Antonio, which watched Duncan make 13 of 17 shots and go 9-for-11 from the free-throw line...

source: http://www.nba.com/games/20061119/SASSAC/recap.html


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tomorrow the blazers on the road then the heat and dallas coming for a good pair of home games...

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cant wait to go to San Antonio spring 2007 :D :D :D


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welcome! are you going for a visit?

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boholano - do you know alot of pinoy bball players there? My team from Austin used to come to SA and play against them .


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