Tiago Splitter was a key cog in a Spurs machine that made it to the Finals in each of the last two seasons. Playing alongside Tim Duncan up front, Splitter was a capable defender and rebounder who was a fantastic fit in San Antonio’s overall scheme. 315 more words
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LOS ANGELES — In a close, evenly-played game like this, it comes down to a thousand little things.
For the Clippers, it was death by a thousand cuts: a Chris Paul technical; the team going 1-of-14 from three; letting the Spurs grab a late offensive rebound; calls not going their way; and a tired Blake Griffin having a fantastic game then going 1-of-9 in the fourth quarter due in part to fatigue. 603 more words
Tony Parker left the Spurs’ Game 2 win over the Clippers with an Achilles injury, and San Antonio listed him as questionable for tonight’s Game 3… 149 more words
Tony Parker expects to be in the starting lineup for the San Antonio Spurs after rolling his ankle against the Los Angeles Clippers in the opener of their Western Conference playoff series. 84 more words