The San Antonio Spurs soundly defeated the Dallas Mavericks yesterday 129-91 thanks to a record setting 20 three-pointers made during the game.
The Spurs connected on 20-30 three-point shots (66.7%) led by Danny Green's 7-8 from long-distance. Kawhi Leonard hit 3-7, Tony Parker nailed 2-2, Boris Diaw hit 1-1, Manu Ginobili hit 1-1, Stephen Jackson connected on 2-5, Gary Neal dropped in 1-3, Patty Mills went 1-1, and Matt Bonner made 2-2 three point shots.
By connecting on 20 three-pointers, the Spurs broke their previous record of 19 three-pointers made versus the Bobcats earlier this season.
Check out the video below and relive the Spurs three-point barrage versus Dallas.
i digress. There is trouble in Sacramento. Will they trade Demarcus Cousins? Will he fit wiith the Spurs roatation? Whom will the Spurs trade? It seems that Cousins is finished with the Kings He needs a fresh start and coach Pop could be the coach who could control Cousins. He could learn from TD and eventually succeed him. Not a bad scenario at all. The Kings need an outside shooter, a guard and interior operator. Why not Bonner, Jackson, Blair or Splitter and Joseph. These for Cousins and etc. Certainly not a Spurs' draft pick.