Utah at San Antonio 11-19-09

November 19, 2009

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The Utah Jazz haven’t won in San Antonio in more than a decade, but the way they’re shooting the ball lately, that streak could end Thursday night. Looking for consecutive wins for the first time this season, the Jazz will try to snap a 20-game road losing streak against the Spurs, who could be without two of their star guards as they open their four-game homestand. Before opening its own six-game homestand Saturday, Utah (5-6) will try to win its first game in San Antonio since a 101-87 victory on Feb. 28, 1999.

Rookie point guard Eric Maynor, who averaged 18.5 points and 7.5 assists during Williams’ absence, scored 11 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and had six assists off the bench against the Raptors. “He continues to impress me,” Williams said. “He’s playing great. He’s composed, he’s making plays. He takes a lot of pressure off a lot of people.” Tony Parker does the same for San Antonio (4-5), but the three-time All-Star point guard is questionable after missing Wednesday’s 99-94 overtime loss to Dallas with a sprained left ankle he aggravated Saturday versus Oklahoma City. “He hasn’t been able to practice since then,” said Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, whose team is hoping to avoid its first three-game slide of the season. Manu Ginobili who sat the fourth quarter of the 101-98 loss to the Thunder with a tight left hamstring, made his first start of the season Wednesday but left after the first quarter with a strained left groin. Popovich said after the game that Ginobili would not play Thursday.

I like San Antonio to win this game and cover the spread.

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