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Topic - Danny Green
The San Antonio Spurs have said their goal this season was not to have the league's best record.
Guard Danny Green returns to San Antonio's starting lineup Monday as the Spurs try to win a franchise-record 18th consecutive game.
The San Antonio Spurs didn't dwell on nearly blowing a 24-point lead in the second half. They won, and that's all that mattered to the veteran club.
No matter the lineup or location, the San Antonio Spurs are rolling through the NBA again this spring, just the way they have for most of the last two decades.
Although his San Antonio Spurs have the NBA's best record and the longest active winning streak after four weeks of unbeaten basketball, coach Gregg Popovich can always find areas of imperfection.
The San Antonio Spurs lamented the decline of the Los Angeles Lakers before playing their longtime rival.
Patty Mills scored 15 points, Tim Duncan had 10 points and 11 rebounds in limited minutes, and the San Antonio Spurs rolled to their eighth straight win with a 103-90 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night.
They found the open man. They made the extra pass. They moved the ball with stunning efficiency.
San Antonio stars Tim Duncan and Tony Parker took the night off Wednesday. No matter. As is usual when the Spurs are without their stars, the rest of the team got the job done.
They were bloodied and eventually beaten, though not before delivering the type of effort Gregg Popovich always expects of his San Antonio Spurs.
The Chicago Bulls took advantage of the injury-riddled San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night.
Teams are finding out there's little they can do to stop Kevin Durant.
The San Antonio Spurs have been touting their depth all season, and it was sorely needed to overcome the loss of another key player Sunday night.
During his team's Game 3 rout of the Heat, Gregg Popovich was shown on TV talking to his players while they were in the process of burying Miami with a stirring offensive display.
They lost three times in three months in one of the most overpowering stretches the NBA has ever seen.
"It's a big plus," Green said. "It's not something we were focused on, but we know it will help us. We'll be at home for most of the playoffs. The biggest thing for us is to stay healthy and to build chemistry. Winning games in the process helps and we get home-court advantage. That's just the extra bonus for us."
"Too many turnovers led to too many points, and that's the ballgame," San Antonio guard Danny Green said. "If we changed that, it's probably a totally different game."