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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - At&T Center
Win or lose, Sunday marked the final home game of this season for the Spurs. The series shifts back to Miami for Game 6 on Tuesday night, and the winner will be decided on South Beach.
An 11-year-old Latino boy whose singing of the national anthem at the NBA Finals set off a barrage of racist tweets earned a roaring ovation in an encore performance before Game 4 between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat on Thursday night.
Tim Duncan and Stephen Jackson each scored 16 points, and the San Antonio Spurs closed the preseason with a 100-85 victory over the Washington Wizards on Friday night.
If not for his height, David Robinson might easily be mistaken for any other San Antonio Spurs fan at AT&T Center on game night. He has season tickets in the second row, directly across from the Spurs bench, and regularly attends games with his sons.
The Wizards got off to a rough start on the first game of a six-game road trip, losing 112-97 to the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night at the AT&T Center.
Tim Duncan is on crutches and the San Antonio Spurs don't know when he'll be back.