Can the Silver and Black maintain the momentum of a monumental upset victory back to .500?
Following a massive blowout of the second-place Suns, the Spurs will now look to claw back to .500 behind the momentum of their stellar two-way performance from Saturday night. And while San Antonio was down two starters and their top bench unit scorer against Phoenix, the Silver and Black are the healthiest they have been all season this go-round.
The good guys dropped a heartbreaker in overtime in their previous tilt with the Pacers earlier this month. But they will have the opportunity to even the season series with Indiana tonight. Both squads occupy a play-in spot in their respective conference and probably hope to put some distance between themselves and those trailing them in the standings.
Spurs Injuries: Trey Lyles (Out — Ankle)
Pacers Injuries: T.J. Warren (Out — Foot), Doug McDermott (Out — Ankle)