San Antonio Spurs DeJuan Blair jams in two against the Golden State Warriors in Oakland, California
San Antonio Spurs DeJuan Blair jams in two against the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on January 24, 2011. UPI/Terry Schmitt
Tony Parker was a key contributor to San Antonio's 130-102 rout of Sacramento Friday before suffering an ankle injury that knocked him out of the game.
Tony Parker's 22 points helped San Antonio pull away in the second half Wednesday and without Tim Duncan again the Spurs defeated Charlotte 102-78.
Tony Parker returned from having three stitches taken above his left eye Friday to score 23 points and boost San Antonio past Dallas 113-107.
Gary Neal led a balanced scoring attack with 17 points Monday and the San Antonio Spurs won a fourth straight to start the season, 101-79 over Indiana.
NBA Rookie of the Year Kyrie Irving of Cleveland is among 13 players on the select team that will train against the U.S. men's national basketball team.
San Antonio's Manu Ginobili and Stephen Jackson combined for 37 points Sunday and the Spurs downed Cleveland 114-98 for their seventh straight win.
Gary Neal scored 17 points and five others Spurs' players scored in double figures Monday, when San Antonio cruised to a 120-99 victory over Golden State.
Tony Parker scored 25 points Friday in sending San Antonio to a 21-point lead and the Spurs held on to defeat Oklahoma City 114-105.
DeJuan Blair sent San Antonio to a quick start Thursday and the Spurs coasted to a 114-99 blasting of Denver.
Tim Duncan had a big night Sunday with 24 points and 11 rebounds and San Antonio stayed unbeaten at home with a 102-91 win over Phoenix.