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Posted: 2/11/2014 1:04:47 AM

Away:  San Antonio [24-28 ATS]
Home:  Boston [26-26-1 ATS]

Game Time: 7:30 PM
Stadium: TD Garden

Recent Meetings:
11/20/13 - BOS 93 vs. SA 104

Team Leaders:

San Antonio:
Points: Tony Parker (17.7)
Assists: Tony Parker (6.3)
Rebounds: Tim Duncan (10.0)

Boston:
Points: Jeff Green (16.6)
Assists: Rajon Rondo (7.4)
Rebounds: Jared Sullinger (8.3)

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Posted: 2/12/2014 9:42:32 AM
An old team is playing a young team in this matchup. Early line-opening says Boston -1.
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Posted: 2/12/2014 3:03:00 PM
thats right^. and old BANGED up team. parker, splitter, leonard and ginobili out 

boston gets rondo back tonight.

taking the home team
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Posted: 2/12/2014 3:31:19 PM
celtics win outright. spurs looking very old past month.  no parker tonight means no win.
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Posted: 2/12/2014 4:31:37 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by LSDurbano:

thats right^. and old BANGED up team. parker, splitter, leonard and ginobili out 

boston gets rondo back tonight.

taking the home team

Those "old" Spurs have the 4th best overall record (and even better road record) despite the constant injuries throughout this season (btw, Gino is going tonight)...I will gladly take a chance laying the small chalk with these old road warriors against a Celtics team w a gimpy Rondo and no Bass or Bradley 

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Posted: 2/12/2014 5:00:59 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Rauchy76:

Those "old" Spurs have the 4th best overall record (and even better road record) despite the constant injuries throughout this season (btw, Gino is going tonight)...I will gladly take a chance laying the small chalk with these old road warriors against a Celtics team w a gimpy Rondo and no Bass or Bradley 



I just read that Ginobili has re-joined the team on this road trip and that he is expected/ likely to play.No confirmation yet that he will play for sure. Spurs will be cautious with him in case he starts; I assume he won't nearly play full minutes.
I don't like the line. By just looking at the past results and all their accompishments and pointing out that the Spurs will win this (even with Manu) is easy but keep in mind that with all the injuries its a different Spurs team we are talking here.

At the end of the day basketball is a game played by human and the difference between a younger and older team can't be denied here. I lean Boston plus the points but rather stay away from this and look at the other games.
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Posted: 2/12/2014 5:24:28 PM
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I just read that Ginobili has re-joined the team on this road trip and that he is expected/ likely to play.No confirmation yet that he will play for sure. Spurs will be cautious with him in case he starts; I assume he won't nearly play full minutes.
I don't like the line. By just looking at the past results and all their accompishments and pointing out that the Spurs will win this (even with Manu) is easy but keep in mind that with all the injuries its a different Spurs team we are talking here.

At the end of the day basketball is a game played by human and the difference between a younger and older team can't be denied here. I lean Boston plus the points but rather stay away from this and look at the other games.

 

where do you get your updated information from

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Posted: 2/12/2014 5:31:27 PM
You really haven't heard from Tim Duncan all year this is the game he's going to put up some numbers to win this game and cove the spread.G is back an ready to suit up and play 
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Posted: 2/12/2014 5:55:50 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by citysnow:

You really haven't heard from Tim Duncan all year this is the game he's going to put up some numbers to win this game and cove the spread.G is back an ready to suit up and play 


I get the player updates from rotoworld.com; just use google: rotoworld nba depth charts.

Boston is without Avery Bradley he re-sprained his ankle. He was highly doubtful for tonight; Brad Stevens ruled him out (from my Twitter feed)

@citysnow: I don't have any confirmation or anything from twitter that Manu is playing for SURE. I know that he intended February 18 to play again. Have you spoked to Gregg Popovich about his status???
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