|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Southwest Division||102.7 (3rd)||99.8 (1st)|
Thu Mar 29
|W 103 - 99||OKC|
Sun Apr 1
|W 100 - 83||HOU|
Tue Apr 3
|L 110 - 113||@LAC|
Wed Apr 4
|L 112 - 122||@LAL|
Sat Apr 7
|W 116 - 105||POR|
Mon Apr 9
|W 98 - 85||SAC|
Wed Apr 11
|L 98 - 122||@NO|
Sat Apr 14
|L 92 - 113||@GS|
Mon Apr 16
|L 101 - 116||@GS|
Thu Apr 19
|L 97 - 110||GS|
Sun Apr 22
3:30 pm ET
Tue Apr 24
10:30 pm ET
Thu Apr 26
Sat Apr 28
Lauvergne will be missing a third consecutive contest, as he continues to be listed as out for for personal business reasons. The specifics behind that aren't clear and with the Spurs likely to be outed in four or five games, there's a chance Lauvergne isn't back at all for the duration of the team's playoff experience. His next shot will come on Sunday.
Ginobili registered 10 points (4-9 G, 0-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), three assists, two rebounds and two steals across 23 minutes during San Antonio's 116-101 loss to the Warriors in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
The playoff-savvy veteran has been efficient during the first two games of the series, with Monday's production bringing his averages to 9.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.5 steals across 20.0 minutes. Ginobili has shot an impressive 46.7 percent, as well, including 40.0 percent from three-point range. The 16-year veteran is likely to continue seeing a similar role throughout the balance of the series, which shifts to San Antonio for Game 3 on Thursday.
Gasol supplied 12 points (3-5 FG, 6-6 FT), four rebounds and three assists across 16 minutes in San Antonio's 116-101 loss to the Warriors in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
The veteran big man was a much-needed source of offense off the bench, with his scoring total serving as a second unit-high figure. Gasol has shot 60.0 percent in each of the first two games of the series, but a perfect showing from the free-throw line Monday allowed him to double up his point total from Game 1. With the Spurs in a 2-0 hole and looking for all the scoring they can find, Gasol could potentially see an expanded role in Thursday's pivotal Game 3.
Murray posted just four points (2-4 FG), two rebounds and two steals across 13 minutes during San Antonio's 116-101 loss to the Warriors in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
Murray saw the fewest minutes of any member of the starting five by far, leading to his second straight single-digit scoring tally to open the series. The second-year point guard had a solid season while surprisingly drawing 48 starts, but he's been rendered a non-factor for the first two games versus the Warriors. With the Spurs now in a 2-0 hole, Murray's trademark across-the-stat-sheet contributions would presumably come in handy in San Antonio's efforts to secure a Game 3 victory, although how much of an opportunity he'll have to be a factor remains to be seen.
Gay generated 12 points (6-12 FG, 0-3 3Pt), five rebounds, three assists, three steals and one block across 37 minutes during San Antonio's 116-101 loss to the Warriors in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
Gay was inserted into the starting five in an effort to get more offense out of the first unit, and he did a reasonably effective job in that regard. Although he came up empty from distance, the veteran's sparkling 6-for-9 showing from in front of the arc was certainly impressive, and his contributions elsewhere were solid. Given his production and Kyle Anderson's ongoing struggles, Gay is likely to draw a second straight start in Thursday's Game 3.
|2017-18 Team Leaders|
|PPG||LaMarcus Aldridge, PF||23.1|
|RPG||LaMarcus Aldridge, PF||8.5|
|APG||Pau Gasol, PF||3.1|
|FG%||LaMarcus Aldridge, PF||51|
|FT%||LaMarcus Aldridge, PF||83.7|
|3P%||Bryn Forbes, SG||39|
|BLOCKS||LaMarcus Aldridge, PF||90|
|STEALS||Kyle Anderson, SF||115|
|MPG||LaMarcus Aldridge, PF||33.5|
|Full Team Statistics|