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2018 Schedule
3-0, 1st in Southwest
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Aldridge caps off win for Spurs (0:27)
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Aldridge heated with Ibaka (0:33)
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Lauvergne slams it home from Aldridge (0:20)
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Raptors know how to finish in transition (0:21)
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Ginobli turns back the clock (0:31)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Manu Ginobili always shows love to his fans from back home.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked about his involvement in the Innocence Project. Raptors coach Dwane Casey speaks highly of Popovich's commitment to the project, which was founded in 1992 ,and works to exonerate the wrongly convicted through DNA testing in addition to fighting for reform of the criminal justice system to prevent injustice in the future: "It's beyond egregious to think about, first of all, how many Americans are in jail in the first place; mostly drug-related, more than anybody in the world. Far more than anybody in the world as far as civilized countries. So that's both unacceptable and embarrassing as a nation. We think that we're exceptional, and in many ways we are. But that's one that we're exceptional in the wrong way. Beyond that, a lot of that incarceration happens to people of color. So it's just an egregious situation. To be there for 15 or 20 or 25 years, being wrongly accused of whatever it might be – rape or murder or whatever the offense – that's mind-boggling. I can't even put my head around that. I don't know how the guys that I've met, I don't know how they've kept their patience and kept their emotions in check, and how they didn't go absolutely crazy knowing that they were innocent and sitting there. So the project is an unbelievable benefit to the people in this country, and everyone should understand what the Innocence Project does, and how some people have been treated. Because it's just beyond the pale, it's just inconceivable."

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NBA Power Rankings: Spurs ahead of Warriors?

The Spurs are without the injured Kawhi Leonard, but LaMarcus Aldridge has come to play so far this season. Meanwhile, the Warriors are off to a 1-2 start and are two spots down from the No. 1 ranking.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) and Tony Parker (left quadriceps tendon surgery) are out for Monday's game against Toronto.

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Spurs' ball movement on display (0:24)
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Anderson finds Gasol for the slam (0:16)
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Ginobili turns back the clock with steal and slam (0:15)
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The Undefeated

50 greatest players remix: Tim Duncan

It's been 20 years since the NBA announced its 50 greatest players at the 1997 All-Star game, and the last two decades have brought some changes to the list.

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Knicks GM Scott Perry, Spurs' equality message

Amin Elhassan and Marc Spears speak with Knicks GM Scott Perry about taking over the Knicks, his time with the Pistons and how non-athlete minority personnel can rise in a front office. Then, Michael C. Wright joins to talk about the Spurs' protest and does LaMarcus Aldridge have a burner billboard?

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Spurs outlast Timberwolves in the fourth (1:19)
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Spurs play 'pursuit of equality' video message

The Spurs' season-opening win featured a pregame message of unity on the scoreboard screen, which was met with a rousing reception. San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich thanked fans after the game.

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Aldridge says he feels comfortable with Spurs (1:14)
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The Admiral applauds Aldridge's dunk (0:24)
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Aldridge emphatically puts one back (0:24)
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Gay's dunk gets The Admiral's approval (0:17)
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Ginobili proves he still has range (0:20)

Team Stats

Points Per Game97.025th
Rebounds Per Game51.03rd
Assists Per Game23.58th
Points Allowed88.01st

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-18301.000
2016-176121.744
2015-166715.817
2014-155527.671
2013-146220.756

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