SAN ANTONIO SPURS (44-9) vs. WASHINGTON WIZARDS (14-37)
|SPURS||Manu Ginobili 18.1||Tim Duncan 9.3||Tony Parker 6.7|
|WIZARDS||Nick Young 17.6||Andray Blatche 8.1||John Wall 9.0|
The Washington Wizards will try to avoid an 11th straight loss to the San Antonio Spurs when the teams meet tonight at the Verizon Center in Washington. The Wizards snapped their eight game losing streak with a 100-85 home win over the Milwaukee Bucks with six players scoring in double figures.
The Spurs boasts the league's best record, but had a terrible time scoring last night in a 77-71 loss against the Philadelphia 76ers. San Antonio had their four-game winning streak snapped as they shot a season-worst 33.3 percent from the floor, including a 3-17 from beyond the arc. Their 71 point output is also their lowest of the season.
Manu Ginobili had eight points on 2-10 shooting from the floor and Tony Parker finished with nine points on 3-10 field goal shooting. While his teammates struggled, Tim Duncan recorded his 19th double-double of the season with 16 points and 13 rebounds. It was the Spurs' first loss of the season where Duncan had a double-double.
The Wizards have averaged 82.8 points during their 10-game losing streak against the Spurs. They haven't defeated San Antonio since a 110-95 home victory last November 12, 2005.
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