The last time the San Antonio Spurs had a winning streak this long, coach Gregg Popovich gave two of his best players the night off and the result was the most lopsided loss of the season.
If Popovich decides to rest some regulars this time, the result could be far different as the Southwest Division-leading Spurs will face a Cleveland Cavaliers team that could be without rookie point guard Kyrie Irving.
San Antonio goes for an eighth consecutive victory Tuesday night as the host Cavs try to end their season-high seven-game skid.
With the Spurs (36-14) playing for the third time in four nights, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker didn't play as the team's 11-0 run - the league's longest surge this season - ended with a 137-97 loss at Portland on Feb. 21.
San Antonio split its next six games, but has won 10 of 11 to build a comfortable division lead over second-place Dallas.
The Spurs have showcased some great depth during their winning streak with seven players averaging at least 10.0 p...