Five things to watch: Spurs vs. 76ers

SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Spurs (19-58) will host the Philadelphia 76ers (42-35).


The Spurs are coming off a road win over the Pelicans, 111-109.

Victor Wembanyama scored 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Julian Champagnie scored 15 points in the win. Zach Collins contributed 15 points, Malaki Branham scored 14 points, and Devonte Graham posted 20.

Due to injuries, San Antonio was without Jeremy Sochan, Keldon Johnson, Cedi Osman, and Devin Vassell.

“A lot of guys stepped up and played well. Physicality picked up in the second half, and just the contributions from a lot of guys that haven’t been played a lot. Devonte’ (Graham) was superb,” said Gregg Popovich. “Sandro (Mamukelashvili) was superb coming off the bench. Jules (Julian Champagnie) has been playing, but he had a great game. But, overall it took a good number of people to keep up the energy. We started out slowly in the first half, so we came around and physically played better.”

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The Spurs will be in their Statement Edition jerseys today.


1.  The 76ers are on a three-game winning streak, including a two-game road winning streak.

2. The 76ers have recorded three consecutive games with more 3-pointers made versus their opponent.

3. The 76ers are 12-5 on the road when leading after the first period.

4. The Spurs have recorded fewer steals than their opponents in four straight games.

5. The Spurs have recorded fewer turnovers than their opponents in two straight games.

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