The San Antonio Spurs certainly know when it is go-time.
The best fourth quarter team in the NBA did it again Wednesday night, with the Bucks becoming their latest victim.
San Antonio used the third quarter to erase a six-point Bucks halftime lead, and then it blitzed the Bucks in the fourth quarter, turning a tie game into a 17-point lead before holding on for a 110-99 victory.
More impressively, San Antonio dominated to start the fourth quarter, with its reserve unit on the floor, led by rookie guard Nando de Colo, who was in the D-League just two days ago.
Milwaukee shot 61 percent from the field in the first half; the Spurs missed 12 of their first 13 shots to start the game, but the Bucks only led by six at the half. Why? San Antonio dominated the offensive glass. For the game, the Spurs grabbed 14 offensive rebounds and outrebounded the Bucks, 53-36, leading to a 52-32 advantage in points in the paint.
Knowing that the Spurs were going to heat up in the second half, Bucks...