Five things to watch: Spurs versus Warriors

SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Spurs (13-50) will visit the Golden State Warriors (33-39) tonight without Victor Wembanyama. This will be the Spurs’ final game of a three-game road trip.

The Spurs are coming off a road loss versus the Kings, 131-129.

Victor Wembanyama did not play due to a right ankle injury. Malaki Branham had 23 points and one rebound. Zach Collins added 22 points in the starting role. Devin Vassell recorded 30 points in the loss. Keldon Johnson added 22 points.

“We had the win in our hands, for sure. It’s a tough one. We’re down big. Just kept sticking with it, clawed our way back, got the lead, able to hold on to the lead,” said Tre Jones. “That was weird at the end what even happened, but we’ll have to just go watch and see what happened and then just learn from it.”

The Spurs will be in their City Edition jerseys today.

1.  The Warriors have recorded four consecutive games with more offensive rebounds than the opposition.

2. The Warriors have two consecutive games with more steals than the opposition.

3. The Warriors are 14-3 at home when leading at halftime.

4. The Spurs have lost seven straight road games.

5. The Spurs have recorded five consecutive games with more 3-point shots made than their opponents.

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