Boris Diaw is fouled by Singleton in Washington
Charlotte Bobcats forward Boris Diaw (32) is fouled by Washington Wizards forward James Singleton (22) in the 2nd quarter at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on March 23, 2010. UPI / Mark Goldman
Tiago Splitter's 21 points and 10 rebounds Monday fueled San Antonio's 105-93 win over Oklahoma City in a battle of Western Conference powers.
Kawhi Leonard and Patty Mills each scored 16 points Sunday and the San Antonio Spurs wrapped up a successful road trip with a 97-87 defeat of Phoenix.
Tony Parker scored seven of his 29 points during a big third quarter Sunday that carried the San Antonio Spurs over Brooklyn 111-86.
Tony Parker heated up in the fourth quarter Saturday and the San Antonio Spurs outscored Phoenix 27-17 down the stretch for a 108-99 victory.
Tim Duncan paced San Antonio to a hot shooting effort Wednesday and the Spurs dominated the second half to defeat Memphis 103-82.
Tony Parker scored 21 points and Manu Ginobili supplied 20 more Sunday in the San Antonio Spurs' comfortable 111-86 victory over struggling Dallas.
Tony Parker scored 25 points Friday and touched off a late surge that wrapped up a 99-94 victory for San Antonio over New Orleans.
Boris Diaw led a parade of six Spurs scoring in double figures Monday and San Antonio administered a 118-92 pounding to winless Washington.
Tim Duncan and Boris Diaw teamed to hit 16-of-21 shots Thursday, keeping San Antonio perfect in the playoffs with a 105-88 win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
Tony Parker led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points Friday, lifting the San Antonio Spurs to an easy 102-72 victory over Charlotte.