San Antonio Spurs win over Houston Rockets 106-111

San Antonio Spurs win over Houston Rockets 106-111

San antonio spurs managed to win at home to Houston Rockets by 106-111 on a new NBA day. The locals come from getting the victory away from home against Memphis Grizzlies by 103-115, while the visitors also won at home against Minnesota Timberwolves 111-108, completing a three-game winning streak in their last five games. San antonio spursWith this result, he is left with one of the access places to the Play-off with 13 games won out of 23 played. For its part, Houston RocketsAfter the game, he would remain out of the Play-off positions for now with 11 wins in 22 games played.

The first quarter had as protagonist and dominator San antonio spurs, increased the difference to a maximum of nine points (7-16) and finished with a result of 23-29. Later, in the second quarter the local differences reduced, which concluded with a partial result of 24-22. After this, the players reached the break with a 47-51 on the counter.

During the third quarter the players of San antonio spurs they distanced themselves in the light, reached a difference of 13 points (69-82) and the quarter ended with a partial result of 30-33 and a total of 77-84. Finally, during the last quarter the local team players also closed the gap again on the scoreboard, although it was not enough to win the match and the quarter ended with a partial result of 29-27. After all this, the duel ended with a result of 106-111 in favor of the visitors.

During the match, San antonio spurs took the victory thanks to 30 points, seven assists and eight rebounds from Demar Derozan and the 14 points, an assist and six rebounds of Rudy Gay. The 27 points, seven assists and two rebounds of John Wall and the 26 points, two assists and seven rebounds of Eric Gordon they were not enough for Houston Rockets won the match.

In the next clash of the competition Houston Rockets will face Charlotte Hornets at Spectrum Center, while San antonio spurs will face Golden State Warriors at At&t Center.

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