Posted April 18, 2012 on AP on Fox
A four-game winning streak has given the San Antonio Spurs sole possession of the Western Conference lead. A visit to Sacramento would appear to be a good way for them to maintain it. The Spurs aim for a sweep of their three-game, three-day trip through California on Wednesday night by going for their eighth straight visit to the Kings. San Antonio (44-16) holds a lead of one-half game over Oklahoma City atop the West. The Spurs have six games remaining - one more than the Thunder. The Spurs have gained the inside track to home-court advantage throughout the West playoffs by averaging 111.0 points during their winning streak. "We love our position (in the West), obviously," forward Tim Duncan said. "We hope to hold on to it. We're facing a tough schedule, but we're feeling good, and we're staying healthy." San Antonio certainly had to feel good about Tuesday's 112-91 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, handing the Pacific Division leaders their most lopsided defeat of the season....
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