Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Southwest Division103.2 (3rd)97.0 (2nd)
Western Conference6th3rd


Wed Apr 8
W 110 - 98HOU
Fri Apr 10
W 104 - 103at HOU
Sun Apr 12
W 107 - 91PHO
Wed Apr 15
L 108 - 103at NO
Sun Apr 19
L 107 - 92at LAC
Wed Apr 22
W 111 - 107at LAC
Fri Apr 24
W 100 - 73LAC
Sun Apr 26
L 114 - 105LAC
Tue Apr 28
W 111 - 107at LAC
Thu Apr 30
L 102 - 96LAC
Sat May 2
L 111 - 109at LAC


San Antonio32-2055-27
New Orleans29-2345-37
Report: Six teams in running for SF Wayne Ellington
by Marty Gitlin |

Several teams have shown interest in veteran shooting guard Wayne Ellington, per the Los Angeles Daily News, which is claiming that he would like to remain with the Lakers. Among those targeting him are the Cavaliers, Warriors, Wizards, Spurs and Hawks.

The 27-year-old Ellington earned more playing time last year than in any previous season. He averaged 10 points in 25.8 minutes per game, but shot just 41 percent from the floor.

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Hawks agree to trade with Spurs for C Tiago Splitter
by Marty Gitlin |

The Hawks, who could be losing power forward Paul Millsap to Orlando, have agreed to take center Tiago Splitter from the Spurs via trade into their cap space, a league source has told NBA Insider Ken Berger.

Details are still being worked out.

Splitter, who can also play the power forward spot, emerged as he received consistent minutes last season. He averaged 8.2 points and 4.8 rebounds in just under 20 minutes per game.

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SF Danny Green staying with Spurs
by Marty Gitlin |

Small forward Danny Green will apparently be staying with the Spurs. He has signed a four-year deal worth $45 million with San Antonio, a source has told NBA Insider Ken Berger.

Green averaged a career-best 11.1 points per game last season and has proven to be an ideal fit in a Gregg Popovich offense that stresses ball and player movement and mid-range shooting.

He had expressed an interest in meeting with the Knicks, but his current team apparently beat them to the punch.

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Report: Spurs sign Kawhi Leonard to five-year extension
by Sean d'Oliveira |

The Spurs have agreed to a five-year contract extension with forward Kawhi Leonard, sources told Yahoo Sports.

The five-year deal is believed to be worth more than $90 million. Leonard won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year last season. He averaged 16.5 points and 7.2 rebounds.

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Report: Inclusion in meeting means Spurs C Tim Duncan to return
by Marty Gitlin |

Future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan has provided an indication that he will play for the Spurs at least one more year by planning to join Gregg Popovich and teammate Tony Parker in a meeting with free agent LaMarcus Aldridge designed to convince him to come to San Antonio, a source has told Yahoo Sports.

Duncan has hinted at retirement after his defending champion team was bounced early in the playoffs last season. He remained effective, averaging 13.9 points and 9.1 rebounds in 29 minutes per game.

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGKawhi Leonard , SF16.5
RPGTim Duncan , PF9.1
APGTony Parker , PG4.9
FG%Tim Duncan , PF51.2
FT%Kawhi Leonard , SF80.2
3P%Danny Green , SF41.8
BLOCKSTim Duncan , PF151
STEALSKawhi Leonard , SF148
MPGKawhi Leonard , SF31.8
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