San Antonio 96, Washington 86

Date - Saturday, February 2, 2013 8:30 PM
Location - AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Officials - #6 Tony Brown, #71 Rodney Mott, #60 James Williams
Attendance - 18581

Final Scoring Summary

Final 1 2 3 4 T
Washington 17 9 30 30 86
San Antonio 27 24 17 28 96

Team Records

Team W/L Home Away Streak
Washington 11-35 8-14 3-21 L4
San Antonio 38-11 22-2 16-9 W10


Spurs 96, Wizards 86: Tony Parker collected 19 points and 12 assists as host San Antonio jumped out to a big lead and held off Washington despite losing Tim Duncan.

Duncan, who returned to the lineup after a four-game absence, got tangled up in the second quarter and suffered a sprained left knee and sprained right ankle. Danny Green stepped up with 15 points and Kawhi Leonard added 10 and 11 rebounds for the Spurs, who won their 10th straight overall and 18th in a row at home.

John Wall collected 21 points and nine assists as the Wizards dropped their fourth straight game.

San Antonio got Duncan, Matt Bonner and DeJuan Blair back from knee injuries at the start of the game and cruised in the opening half. The Spurs really opened things up in the second, as Washington managed only four field goals and went 7:59 between baskets at one point to fall into a 51-26 hole at the break.

The Wizards corrected their shooting issues by the time the third quarter started and began to creep back into the game, going 13-for-17 in the third to draw within 68-56. They would pull as close as 73-67 with 8:37 left before San Antonio scored on four straight possessions to stretch it back out.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Players for the Spurs told the San Antonio Express-Herald that Duncan left the arena without crutches, and Wizards head coach Randy Wittman was quoted after the game as saying doctors told him the perennial All-Star would be fine. ... Washington, which shot 26.2 percent in the first half, has lost 14 in a row in the series and 13 straight in San Antonio, dating back to 1999. … Parker had a streak of seven straight games with at least 20 points come to an end. The All-Star guard went 9 of 15 from the field.

Top Game Performances

Washington   San Antonio
John Wall 21 Scoring Tony Parker 19
John Wall 9 Assists Tony Parker 12
Emeka Okafor 9 Rebounds Kawhi Leonard 11
A.J. Price 3 Free Throws Made Patrick Mills 4
Trevor Ariza 3 Steals DeJuan Blair 2
Nene 1 Blocks Tim Duncan 1

Team Stats Summary

Team Points FG% 3PM-3PA FTM-FTA Assists Rebounds Blocks Steals Turnovers
Washington 86 40.9 6-22 8-17 24 41 2 8 16
San Antonio 96 48.7 5-20 15-16 25 45 4 5 16

Upcoming Games

  • San Antonio will play their next game on the road against Minnesota. The Spurs have a W/L % of .763 after a win and .818 after a loss.
  • Washington will play their next game at home against L.A. Clippers. The Wizards have a W/L % of .273 after a win and .229 after a loss.
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