The San Antonio Spurs raised their NBA championship banner and received their NBA championship rings last night before their season opening game against the Dallas Mavericks.
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The night became even more special as the Spurs were able to defeat the Mavericks 101-100 after rallying in the second half from an eight point halftime deficit.
The win moved San Antonio to 5-0 on nights where the Spurs receive their NBA championship rings and also improved Gregg Popovich’s season opener record to 17-1 with the Spurs.
The win also gave San Antonio 10 straight wins against Dallas, dating back to March 23, 2012. The streak of 10 wins is the second longest streak in the series between the Spurs and the Mavericks.
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