Tim Duncan dunks on Hibbert & the Spurs win their 18th straight game
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San Antonio won it’s 18th straight game and 6th straight win over the Pacers on their home court in a 26 point beatdown on Monday night. The loss is the worst of the season for Indiana.
“Great streak right now, this was a good win for us tonight,” Tim Duncan said. “To continue the streak, all that is good. We’ll worry about a couple of things, staying healthy, finishing the season strong and hopefully going into the playoffs with the confidence we’re playing with now.”
Duncan only made 3 out of 10 shots and finished with 9 points, 6 rebounds and 1 dunk over Roy Hibbert.
“It’s awful, we’ve been in a downward spiral and we’ve been splintering a little bit,” Roy Hibbert said. “We’ve had plenty of players-only meetings and plenty of sit-downs as a team with coaches and we’ve had some upper management in here, so I don’t know. Maybe we should all go to group therapy or something, sit down with Dr. (Chris) Carr and figure out some of our grievances.”