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Bucks (16-13) vs. San Antonio Spurs (25-8)

WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesday.

WHERE: BMO Harris Bradley Center.

BROADCASTS: TV - FS Wisconsin. Radio - AM-620.

ABOUT THE SPURS: San Antonio ran its win streak to six by defeating Dallas and Brooklyn in back-to-back games Sunday and Monday. Kawhi Leonard was injured when the Spurs played the Bucks in early December but is back in the starting lineup, and center Tiago Splitter has moved from the bench into a starting role. Point guard Tony Parker has scored 20 or more points in three consecutive games, including a 20-point showing in just 25 minutes in a 104-73 victory over the Nets. French rookie Nando De Colo is excelling off the bench after playing for Valencia in the Spanish ACB League last season. He was picked by the Spurs as the No. 53 choice in the 2009 draft.


G Danny Green, 6-6, North Carolina

G Tony Parker, 6-2, France

F Kawhi Leonard, 6-7, San Diego State

F Tim Duncan, 6-11, Wake Forest

C Tiago Splitter, 6-11, Brazil

Coach: Gregg Popovich (17th season, 872-407).

Injury report: Gary Neal (strained right calf) is day-to-day.


G Monta Ellis, 6-3, Lanier (Miss.)

G Brandon Jennings, 6-1, Oak Hill (Va.)

F Marquis Daniels, 6-6, Auburn

F Luc Mbah a Moute, 6-8, UCLA

C Larry Sanders, 6-11, VCU

Coach: Scott Skiles (fifth season, 162-179; 13th overall, 443-430).

Injury report : None.

This is going to be a tough game for the Bucks.

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They came back and made it competitive but I wasn't watching. I got paged from work at 8:30, so I turned off the game. :(
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