The Chicago Bulls improved to 29-8 after invading San Antonio and beating the Spurs, 96-89. It was a well played, back and forth game, but ultimately the Bulls had too much in the fourth quarter for the Spurs to handle. San Antonio fell to 24-11, the outcome just their second loss in their last 14 games. Tweets of the Night: With Tim Duncan lighting it up in the third quarter, and rekindling his dominant form of days gone by, ESPN felt compelled to put that in perspective.
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The San Antonio Spurs spent the first three quarters of Game 2 of the Western Conference finals dismantling the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder made some nice adjustments, and made the game interesting in the fourth. Still, the S... Read Post