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Spurs Look To Silence Jazz As A Four-Game Homestand Begins


The Spurs (20-5) have not lost a regular-season home game in nine months and seek their 22nd consecutive win at the AT&T Center against the  Jazz on Monday.

The Spurs are coming off of their most defensive performance of the year after routing the Atlanta Hawks 103-78. Opponents are being held to 41.6 percent shooting from the floor in San Antonio.

There are teams in the league that are having problems in getting their offensive flowing against the Spurs. Five teams have reached the century mark, including just one in the last 13 games. What is even scarier for teams, San Antonio is allowing just 88.2 points per game–while holding opponents to just 30.7 percent from 3-point range–an NBA low.

Utah (10-12) is one of 12 teams in the league that is averaging less than 100 points. It does not get any easier for them as they now enter an arena where teams are averaging just under 86 points per game.

Struggling over their last seven games, Utah has lost five. On the road, they’ve dropped six out of their last eight.

San Antonio this season is 12-0 at home. The Jazz have won two of the last three in the series, but the Spurs have won the last eight in San Antonio.

Game Info: TV, Radio, Injuries

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  • Who: Utah Jazz (10-12) at San Antonio Spurs (20-5)
  • Time: 8:30 PM EST
  • Where: AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX
  • Television (Local): Fox Sports Southwest
  • Radio: WOAI 1200

Injury Report

Utah Jazz

  • Dante’ Exum (left ACL surgery) is out.
  • Rudy Gobert (Grade II MCL sprain, left knee) is out.

San Antonio Spurs

  • None to Report

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