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Spurs hoping for better start against Hawks
The San Antonio Spurs will be looking for a better start, but a similar finish, than their last game when they square off against the Atlanta Hawks on Monday at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The Spurs bring some momentum into the contest against Atlanta after a 104-101 win over Oklahoma City on Friday. San Antonio, which has won six of its past eight games, nearly got blown out of the water in the first quarter and a half before rallying in the second half for the victory over the Thunder.
That game came down to the final minute, when LaMarcus Aldridge scored on a putback basket and Pau Gasol added two free throws with five seconds remaining before the San Antonio defense denied Oklahoma City a quality shot to tie the contest on a final possession.MORE
|9/25/2017||Amida Brimah||Signed as Free Agent|
|9/13/2017||Darrun Hilliard||Signed as Free Agent Two-Way Contract|
|9/30/2017||Kawhi Leonard||Sore right quadriceps|
|9/25/2017||Tony Parker||Ruptured left quad|