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Pounding The Rock Feb 3, 2016

New Orleans at San Antonio, Final Score: Spurs stay perfect at home, 110-97

The Spurs hold off the Pelicans and stay perfect at the AT&T Center with a fantastic night from LaMarcus Aldridge. David West once again filled in for the injured Tim Duncan in the starting line-up. The beat up Pelicans squad got off to a quick start and hit five of their first six shots. Both LaMarcus Aldridge and West were involved offensively early on and getting good looks, but on the defensive end no one could stop Anthony Davis. He was 5-for-6 in the first quarter with 12 points. New Orleans began to miss shots and San Antonio started to make some towards the end of the quarter, and...

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SAN ANTONIO – There were times Monday night when Spurs power forward David West was visibly upset at the way the Warriors toyed with him and his teammates en route to a 30-point victory at Oracle Arena. Asked two days after the humiliating 120-90 loss if he was “pissed off” at how the defending NBA

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