|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 (personal) will be available for Game 4 against the Warriors on Sunday, Tom Osborn of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Lauvergne missed Game 2 and Game 3 while dealing with the loss of a family member. He played just six minutes in Game 1, and that seems like a reasonable outcome for Game 4 as well.
Anderson contributed six points (3-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt), two rebounds, two assists and one steal across 17 minutes during San Antonio's 110-97 loss to the Warriors in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
Anderson came off the bench for the second consecutive game and produced his best stat line of the series. The fourth-year forward had scored a single point over 21 minutes in the first two contests against the Warriors, so Thursday's production represented a breakout effort in comparison. Given his relatively limited minutes and modest numbers thus far, Anderson's DFS prospects aren't very bright heading into Sunday's Game 4.
Green totaled nine points (4-10 FG, 1-4 3Pt), four rebounds and one block across 20 minutes during San Antonio's 110-97 loss to the Warriors in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
Green bounced back from a scoreless effort over 25 minutes in Game 2 with a series-high point total. The 30-year-old doubled his previous high-water marks of five shot attempts and two rebounds as well, but he still projects as a fourth scoring option at best behind LaMarcus Aldridge, Rudy Gay and Patty Mills. Consequently, he projects exclusively as a deep DFS tournament play for Sunday's Game 4.
Murray went for nine points (3-7 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four assists, two rebounds and one steal across 16 minutes during San Antonio's 110-97 loss to the Warriors in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
Murray's contributions were improved over those of Game 2, but he still saw well under 20 minutes for the second consecutive contest. The second-year guard was efficient relative to playing time, but with the cap on his playing time over the first three games of the series, it's difficult to trust him as anything more than a deep DFS tournament play heading into Sunday's Game 4.
Gay accounted for 11 points (4-11 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-4 FT), six rebounds, two assists and one steal across 31 minutes during San Antonio's 110-97 loss to the Warriors in Game 3 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series.
Gay was solid once again in a complementary role on the starting five, generating his third straight double-digit scoring effort to open the series. The veteran did see his shooting percentage dip under 40.0 percent for the first time in the series, but his contributions elsewhere were typically solid. Heading into Sunday's Game 4 with solid averages of 12.7 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.0 steals in the first three games against Golden State, Gay will look to help the Spurs stave off elimination.
|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|