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The San Antonio Spurs Take Down the Philadelphia 76ers 91-76

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The San Antonio Spurs won for the seventh time in their last 8 games. The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 91-76 last night. (Sunday) Both teams were shorthanded, especially the Spurs who played without long time starter Tim Duncan. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich decided to give the aging star a day off after the Spurs have played three games in the last three days. The 76ers lost for the second time in their last four games, and have been struggling without Andre Igoudala. Igoudala has missed due to left patella tendonitis.

The Spurs improve to 33-14, and return to action Tuesday at the Pheonix Suns.

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