Originally written on PRO HOOPS CENTRAL  |  Last updated 11/18/14
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At the age of 36, San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan can no longer reach the heights consistently that he could five years ago; however as he demonstrated to the Los Angeles Clippers Tuesday night at the AT&T Center, he is still capable of dominating a game in the Association. The former NBA MVP looked like he was in his prime as he notched  a double-double, knocking down a game high 26 points and grabbing 10 rebounds as the Spurs defeated the Clippers 108-92 to open up their Western Conference semi-final match-up. Manu Ginobili added 22 points for the home team as they took over the contest during the second and the third periods. Eric Bledsoe came off the bench for the visitors and put up a team high 23 points in the loss. Blake Griffin, whose status was unknown before game-time due to a sore knee put up 15 points as did Caron Butler. Chris Paul however, suffering from a strained hip-flexor got ten assists in the game, but only scored six points for the night. The two oppon...
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