The San Antonio Spurs cruised to their fifth straight win with a 95-78 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers as they continue to stay atop the NBA standings with a 20-3 record after 23 games.
Tim Duncan had eight points and 13 rebounds in his 1,000th career regular-season game for the Spurs, it was actually his 1,171st NBA game including the playoffs.
Now, it's time to take a look at some of the numbers that stood out in this Spurs' latest win.
84.6 - The Spurs went to the free throw line a lot and took advantage of it. They made 22-26 (84.6%) foul shots, while the Blazers just hit 7-11 (63.6%) free throws.
52.9 - San Antonio connected of their outside shots making 9-17 (52.9%) three-pointers while the Blazers made 5-15 (33.3%) of their shots from behind the arc.
47 - Both teams were even on the rebounding department with 47.
22 - George Hill scored a game high 22 points off the Spurs' bench, including 9-9 from the foul line and 3-4 from the three-point area.
18 - Manu Ginobili added 18 points, four assists and three rebounds for San Antonio.
17 - Wesley Matthews led the Blazers with 17 points, two assists and two rebounds.
9 - Brandon Roy was held to just nine points on 4-16 shooting from the field. The Spurs had nine steals for the game with three coming from Antonio McDyess.
0 - DeJuan Blair, Matt Bonner and McDyess had zero turnovers for the entire game.
Rookie Watch: Gary Neal scored 11 points on 4-7 shooting from the field. Tiago Splitter was scoreless in four minutes of playing time.
What's Next? The Spurs will host the Milwaukee Bucks at the AT&T Center in San Antonio on Wednesday.
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