Read more: Spurs capture thriller in 2 OTsWith one more ankle having given way and their season poised to take another turn for the worse as Sunday morning closed hard on Saturday night, the Spurs put the ball in the hands of Manu Ginobili and let him go to work. When that wasn’t enough, they turned to Big Shot Bob. And Big Block Bob. Robert Horry, whose late-game heroics have made him a favorite of the locals in Los Angeles, buried a 3-pointer with 22.2 seconds left then stuffed Mikki Moore at the rim just before the final buzzer as the Spurs outlasted the Los Angeles Clippers 125-124 in double overtime at Staples Center. Above: Ginobili played 50 minutes and scored 40 points.
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Duncan, Brown, Nesterovic. The list keeps growing and growing.Tim Duncan missed his 10th consecutive game, though he might get company on the sidelines tonight. Nesterovic sprained his left ankle late in third quarter while trying to track down a loose ball. He limped to the locker room and didn’t return.
Nesterovic sprained the same ankle in January and spent six games on the injured list. His latest sprain is expected to sideline him at least until the playoffs.