Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Tuesday, 26 November 2013

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There have never, ever been any ball hogs on any of the Spurs teams. (Photo provided by Tim Duncan).

SAN ANTONIO - Proving that sometimes the good guys do wear black, the San Antonio Spurs soundly defeated the New Orleans Pelicans at the AT&T Center.

The team that wears silver and black beat the Pelicans 112-93, for their 11th victory in a row.

The Spurs now possess an astounding 13-1 record and are certainly headed back to the NBA Championship.

Coach Gregg Popovich was asked what makes his team so good. He grinned and said that it must be the San Antonio water.

He then smiled and said that the Spurs are good because they play team ball and there are no divas on the team unlike some of the other NBA teams.

Manu Ginobili, who led the Spurs with 16 points including four 3-pointers, remarked that with the Spurs its like every day is Christmas and during most plays every member on the court may end up touching the ball twice before one finally gets a sure shot.

Sporting Chance Magazine's Hercules Confetti asked Tony Parker if he ever misses his ex-wife Eva Longoria.

"Who?" came the reply from #9.

And perhaps the quietest player in the entire NBA Kwahi Leonard was asked how it feels to guard the other team's best player day in and day out.

Leonard raised his eyebrows, shrugged his shoulders, and just simply smiled.

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