Michael Redd, Mo Williams & Stomach Flu Beat Spurs
Game 29 vs. Milwaukee: Bucks 114, Spurs 107
Record: 21-8 Last 10: 8-2
It says here that “the virus can be spread by direct contact with an infected person (for example, kissing or shaking hands) or by sharing food, drink, or eating utensils.” OK, Manu and Brent, where did you eat on Christmas Day? Please don’t tell me it was here.
Even without Ginobili and Barry, the Spurs led by 4 at the end of three periods, led by 1 with 6 minutes to play, and were within a basket with 2:30 left. Horry, Bowen and Parker all committed turnovers in the 4th. The Spurs missed 7 free throws, while the Bucks missed just one. Eric Williams had a nice night, shooting 4 of 9 from behind the arc.
Bottom line: the Spurs could have won this game. Maybe ESPN is right — the Spurs are just cruising right now.
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