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Tuesday, 1 April 2014

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The Spurs gave the game ball to the man in charge of handing out the bottles of Gatorade.

INDIANAPOLIS - The Western Conference leading San Antonio Spurs rode into town with a showdown with one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference the Indiana Pacers.

And after all the basketball dust had settled the Silver and Black team had set an all-time team record by handily winning their 18th game in a row 103-77.

Spurs guard Tony Parker (#9) who is from France replied after the game "I am so 'appy that my stomach she deserves about two or five croissants yes."

Pacers forward Paul George (#24) simply asked, "Man oh man, did anyone get the number of that train?"

Spurs Coach Popovich told Buckaroo Kazoo with The Turnstile Review that everything went so well that he could have stayed in San Antonio and phoned it in.

The Spurs possess the best record in the entire NBA at (58-16).

Indiana center Roy Hibbert (#55) shook his head and said that the Spurs are one of the quietest teams in the NBA. He pointed out that they never boast or brag they just get the job done, day after day after day.

SIDENOTE: President Obama called up Spurs forward Tim Duncan (#21) after the game and told him that he had just won $710 on a bet he made with Indianapolis native David Letterman.

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