Spurs Win 6th In A Row In 106-92 Win Over Pacers

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Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs are on fire. Leonard and the rest of the San Antonio defense held Pacers All-Star Paul George to season-low seven points.

It was a physical game through-out but the Spurs found a way to win their sixth game in a row as well as keeping their undefeated record at the AT&T Center, 16-0.

The win marked San Antonio’s 21st game they have won by double-digits. Tony Parker looked young and fresh as he finished with 15 points, including nine in the final quarter. Parker was not the only one that shined for the Spurs.

As they have seen all year, each player on the roster puts their stamp on the game. Boris Diaw pitched in 14 points. Former Pacers David West was facing his old team for the first time since signing with San Antonio. He finished with seven points and five rebounds.

Pacers George had his worse game of the season thus far and that can be contributed to the defensive play of Leonard. George was held to 1-of-14 shooting.

Dec 21, 2015; San Antonio, TX, USA; San Antonio Spurs forward Boris Diaw (33) shoots the ball past Indiana Pacers center Jordan Hill (27) at the AT&T Center. The Spurs won 106-92. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

Takeaways & Star Performer

Leonard Silences GeorgeHe has the toughest task on the floor each game and he steps up every time. Leonard shined on both ends of the floor for the Spurs. He held the Pacer’s George to just seven points on 1-of-14 shooting from the floor. Coming into the game, George was averaging 25.5 points per game.

Tony Parker ShinesParker has been playing phenomenal basketball this season for San Antonio. He looks refreshed and has his mind set on getting the Spurs another title. In the fourth quarter Parker dazzled with an array of moves.

Home Sweet HomeWith the win, San Antonio is now 16-0 at the AT&T Center.

Star PerformerTony Parker. He was up to his old tricks in the final period. With the way Leonard played it could of gone his way but Parker was lights out in the fourth.

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