||11-08-2009 08:41 PM
By BRETT HUSTON,
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The San Antonio Spurs had one of the league's best road records last season, but they're off to a woeful start away from AT&T Center and will be without Tony Parker for the next week.
Perhaps a lengthy stretch back home will get coach Gregg Popovich's team back on track.
The Spurs look to avoid their first three-game losing streak since the beginning of last season Monday night when they open a stretch of 10 of 12 at home against the Toronto Raptors.
Each team won on its home floor, with Toronto overcoming 32 points from Ginobili and injuries to Chris Bosh and Jose Calderon to win 91-89 on Feb. 11.
Bosh is among the league's top five scorers through six games, averaging 28.5 points, and he's also among the NBA's rebounding leaders with 11.8 per contest.
The Raptors, however, have given up 108.2 points per game, and had one of their worst defensive efforts in years their last time out. Toronto allowed Dallas to shoot 62.4 percent Saturday - the best field-goal percentage by an opponent against the Raptors in more than six years - in a 129-101 loss.
||11-10-2009 01:26 AM
Re: Raptors-Spurs Preview-11/09/09
:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
OMG... THE ABA IS ALIVE AND WELL IN THE NBA!!! :cheers:
This definitely is NOT Spurs basketball... :oldlol:
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