Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/10/12
By Martin McNeal, The Sports Xchange SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- San Antonio's Tim Duncan wasn't feeling well. So he took it out on the Sacramento Kings during a 97-86 victory at the Sleep Train Arena Friday night. Duncan cautioned reporters after the game because he's been suffering from flu-like symptoms. Duncan's game-high 23 points were one of the few offensive constants on a night in which the Spurs committed 20 turnovers. Luckily for San Antonio, the Kings rarely could make shots. "It's not like it once was where they ran everything through me. Now, if I've got it going they'll keep going to me. It was good (Friday night) Patty (Mills) had it going since Tony (Parker) was ill." Mills scored 18 on eight of nine from the field. "You never know how things are going to go," Duncan said. "I've seen nights when Tony was sick and hit the game-winning basket." Meanwhile, the Kings were lamenting their inability to make shots. "We had so many unfinished plays in the paint,"...
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