Stats of the Game: Spurs vs. Mavs

statofgame10The Dallas Mavericks snapped the Spurs’ winning streak at 12 games beating the San Antonio Spurs 103-94.

The Mavs pulled away with 14-2 run in final five minutes of the game to seal the victory.

Now, it’s time to look at the numbers that stood out in this Spurs’ recent defeat.

92.6 - The Spurs are making their free throws lately, They made 25-27 (92.6%) of their foul shots including 9-9 from Manu Ginobili and 8-8 from George Hill. 

52.7The Mavericks hit their stride from the floor connecting on 39-74 (52.7%) shots from the field, while the Spurs made just 31-69 (44.9%) of their field goal attempts.

31 – Manu Ginobili had a game high 31 points, 16 in the first quarter alone.

28 – The Spurs did not share the ball well, they only had 13 assists for the entire game compared to the Mavericks’ 28 dimes.

26 – Dirk Nowitzki seems to have little trouble on the offensive end, he led the Mavericks with 26 points on 12-14 shooting from the field.

21 – George Hill provided an energy off the Spurs’ bench and had 21 points, three assists and three rebounds in 33 minutes of action.

19 – Shawn Marion scored 19 points for the Mavericks, 11 coming in the final period.

15 – Tim Duncan added 15 points, eight boards, four assists, one assist and one block for San Antonio.

9 – Tony Parker was held to just nine points of 4-12 shooting from the floor.

2 – Richard Jefferson was 0-4 from the field and had two points and three rebounds for the night. Ime Udoka scored two points in five minutes of action.

0 – DeJuan Blair was scoreless in 13 minutes, but had four rebounds and two assists.

Rookie Watch:
Gary Neal scored five points, and had two rebounds and one assists in 14 minutes of playing time. Tiago Splitter had four points and two rebounds in 8 minutes.

What’s Next? The San Antonio Spurs will visit Chris Paul and the New Orleans Hornets on Sunday at the New Orleans Arena.

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