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Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense32nd122.2 (7th)175.3 (31st)
Defense23rd113.8 (19th)254.1 (22nd)


Sun Sep 13
W 34 - 31SEA
Sun Sep 20
L 24 - 10at WAS
Sun Sep 27
L 12 - 6PIT
Sun Oct 4
W 24 - 22at ARI
Sun Oct 11
L 24 - 10at GB
Sun Oct 25
W 24 - 6CLE
Sun Nov 1
W 27 - 6SF
Sun Nov 8
L 21 - 18at MIN
Sun Nov 15
L 37 - 13CHI
Sun Nov 22
L 16 - 13at BAL
Sun Nov 29
L 31 - 7at CIN
Sun Dec 6
L 27 - 3ARI
Sun Dec 13
W 21 - 14DET
Thu Dec 17
W 31 - 23TB
Sun Dec 27
W 23 - 17at SEA
Sun Jan 3
L 19 - 16at SF
Spurs' Tony Parker: Offsets minuscule point total with 12 assists in Game 1
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Tony Parker could only muster two points (1-3 FG) but dished out 12 assists and hauled in four rebounds over 27 minutes in Saturday's 124-92 Game 1 second-round victory over the Thunder.

With teammates Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge particularly humming along-- and Danny Green serving as the third wheel with 18 points-- Parker wasn't needed much on the scoreboard. Instead, he helped the San Antonio Spurs dish out a whopping 39 dimes in total in what was an outstanding night for the offense overall. Parker figures to be called upon for much more offensive contribution in coming games, but played his role to perfection Saturday.

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Spurs' Danny Green: Registers postseason-high 18 points in Saturday victory
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Green registered 18 points (6-7 FG, 5-6 3Pt, 1-1 FT), four rebounds, an assist, three blocks and a steal over 26 minutes in Saturday's 124-92 Game 1 second-round victory over the Thunder.

It's clearly a banner night for the Spurs offense when Green gets in on the fun and serves as the third-leading scorer on the night. The veteran turned in only his second double-digit scoring effort of the playoffs to to date, while setting postseason bests for field-goal percentage, made three-pointers and point total. He continued his typically stellar work on the defensive end as well, recording a trio of blocks for the second time this postseason. While Green's productivity will undoubtedly fluctuate throughout upcoming games, his defensive prowess and considerable playoff experience figure to earn him an appreciable amount of playing time in each contest.

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Spurs' Kawhi Leonard: Manages 25 points in blowout victory
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Kawhi Leonard managed 25 points (10-13 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), five rebounds and five assists over 22 minutes in Saturday's 124-92 Game 1 second-round victory over the Thunder.

Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge almost dismantled the Thunder themselves, combining for 45 points in the first half. Due to the comfortable lead, the All-Star was also able to get plenty of rest on the bench, with his 22-minute allotment serving as his lowest of the postseason so far. The 24-year-old has been outstanding overall in the playoffs, and his defensive prowess will be especially valuable versus Kevin Durant for the remainder of the series.

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Spurs' LaMarcus Aldridge: Leads all scorers with 38-point outburst Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Aldridge scored a game-high 38 points (18-23 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 1-1 FT), and added six rebounds, an assist and two blocks over 30 minutes in Saturday's 124-92 Game 1 second-round victory over the Thunder.

Aldridge and the Spurs couldn't have gotten the series off to a better start, with the big man combining with teammate Kawhi Leonard for 45 points in the first half. The All-Star forward bounced back from being held to a pedestrian 14.5 points in the first round by the Grizzlies to collect a season-high scoring total and also drain his first three-pointer of the campaign. While performances of this caliber are likely too much to ask on a regular basis, Aldridge's ceiling was certainly on display Saturday for all who needed a reminder.

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Thunder's Steven Adams: Hauls in double-digit boards in Game 1 loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Steven Adams tallied nine points (4-7 FG, 1-2 FT), 10 rebounds and a block over 25 minutes in Saturday's 124-92 Game 1 second-round loss to the Spurs.

The Oklahoma City Thunder 's big man made some nice contributions on the glass over his time on the court, marking his second consecutive postseason game with 10 boards. Adams also produced double-digit scoring in Games 4 and 5 of the first-round tussle with the Mavericks, but didn't receive a particularly generous allotment of playing time Saturday due to the blowout loss. Adams had a solid first round offensively, and similar contributions would likely be integral to OKC's effort to knock off the Spurs, a task that looks even more daunting after Saturday.

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