The San Antonio Spurs (48-9) won their third straight while defeating the Sacramento Kings (24-31) 108-92 Wednesday night.
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The Good: Kawhi Leonard returned after missing the teams previous three games with tightness in his calf. He started off missing his first five shots but in the second got into a rhythm on his way to finishing with 18. Tony Parker continued his strong play as he finished with 23 points. Defensively, this was the first time in three games that the team has held an opponent to under 100 points. Previous three games San Antonio’s defense giving up 109.
The Bad: After holding DeMarcus Cousins to zero field goals in the first half, the Kings All-Star center’s second half was a complete 180. He scored 21 of his 22 in the second half.
Quote of the Night: Parker stated this years team has more weapons than years past: “I feel like we have more weapons (than in the past), but if we don’t win a championship it won’t mean anything.”