After sweeping a two-game trip to break out of their road funk, the San Antonio Spurs look to continue their dominance at home.
It may not be as easy as expected against the New Orleans Hornets, who have given the Spurs a tough time this season.
San Antonio will try for its 15th consecutive home win and sixth overall Wednesday night against a New Orleans team that could be without its franchise big man.
The Spurs (33-11) haven't lost in San Antonio in more than two months, running their streak to 14 with a 95-88 victory over Golden State on Friday. They improved to an NBA-best 18-2 on their home floor, winning there during the streak by an average of 16.0 points.
With a win over the last place Hornets (14-27), the Southwest Division leaders can move one step closer to the franchise record of 22 consecutive home wins set during the 2010-11 season.
The Spurs have won 15 of 17 at home against New Orleans, but victories in this season's series have been difficult to come by regardl...