Found November 08, 2012 on Project Spurs:
And just when you thought you had seen it all in terms of San Antonio Spurs forward Tiago Splitter's offense, he decided to join in on the dunk fest the Clippers were having last night. Splitter took the ball coast to coast before using a nice ball fake to create some space so he could finish the dunk. While normally the idea of Splitter bringing the ball up the court would drive some Spurs fans crazy, it was a good moment in an otherwise bad night for the Spurs as they went 4-1 with a loss on the road to the Clippers.
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