Originally posted on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 1/2/13
By Andrew Wagner, The Sports Xchange MILWAUKEE -- On the final box score, it was a close game. Very close. Close enough that one might think San Antonio’s biggest lead -- 21 points -- was a typo. But the San Antonio Spurs’ 117-110 victory over the Bucks on Wednesday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center wasn’t close at all. The Spurs’ seventh consecutive victory -- though requiring an extra effort from the Spurs' front line down the stretch -- was a runaway affair from the early moments. The Spurs' precision pick-and-roll game buried the Bucks by as many as 21 points late in the second quarter. Tim Duncan scored 20 of his game-high 28 points in the first half on 7 of 12 shooting. Milwaukee, meanwhile, committed nine turnovers -- seven in the first quarter -- which the Spurs turned into 10 points, shot just 36 percent in the first quarter and trailed 62-59 at halftime. “We moved the ball great in the first half,” San Antonio's Tony Parker said. “Timmy (Duncan) was knocking down ...
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