Spurs Come Back to Swat Hornets
Elizabeth White writes for the Associated Press:
Down nine points going into the period, Duncan had already done plenty, scoring 12 points in the third and hitting his first 3-pointer of the season.
So the Spurs turned up the defensive effort, holding the New Orleans Hornets to just 13 fourth-quarter points to win 92-88 Wednesday.
“We gave up a lot in the previous quarters. It was a great way to turn it up,” said Duncan, who led the Spurs with 31 points.
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