While they haven't made it easy on themselves so far this season, the San Antonio Spurs have a chance to secure the best start in franchise history.
The Spurs will try to improve to 4-0 while continuing their dominance of the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
San Antonio came from behind in the final minute to win its season opener, got a buzzer-beating game-winner from Tony Parker in its second game and needed a fourth-quarter recovery after blowing a 19-point lead Saturday against Utah.
The Jazz outscored the Spurs 35-17 in the third quarter to tie that game at 79 before San Antonio salvaged a 110-100 victory.
"We didn't panic. I thought we did a great job of sticking with what we were doing," forward Tim Duncan said.
After hitting a 21-foot jumper to beat Oklahoma City on Thursday, Parker had a team-leading 24 points and 10 assists versus Utah. The Spurs guard also made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 50 seconds left in a season-opening 99-95 victory at New Orleans on Wednesday, whe...