The San Antonio Spurs will be looking to build on yesterday’s 94-92 win against the Atlanta Hawks tonight in a game at Houston versus the Rockets. The game tip-off is scheduled for 7:08 p.m. TNT will have the television coverage while WOAI 1200 AM will have the coverage on the radio.
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The San Antonio Spurs lost all four games they played against the Houston Rockets last season.
The Spurs are yet to win a road game this season, losing their only road game of the season so far to the Phoenix Suns, 94-89.
Overall, San Antonio has lost five straight to Houston
Houston has defeated all of its opponents by double-digits this season.
The Rockets are a perfect 5-0 heading into their game with the Spurs.
Houston is 12-2 over since the beginning of the 2013-2014 season when James Harden records a point/assist double-double. Harden is averaging 7.4 assists per game this season.
Tim Duncan holds the Toyota Center record with 7 blocks on 12/9/04… the Spurs hold the record for highest Rockets opponent field goal percentage by going 48-71 (.676) from the field on 4/7/85 … the most offensive rebounds in Houston team history was reached vs. San Antonio on 4/13/84 when they grabbed 35 … Rockets guard James Harden (2007-09) and Spurs forward Jeff Ayres (2005-09) were teammates at Arizona State University … Rockets guard Jason Terry and Spurs guard Danny Green are two of only five active players with both an NCAA and NBA Title.