Spurs invulnerability falters in detriment to Magic


  • San Antonio Spurs conduct manager Gregg Popovich, right, talks to Spurs ensure Bryn Forbes during a second half of an NBA basketball diversion opposite a Orlando Magic, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, in San Antonio. Orlando won 117-110. (AP Photo/Darren Abate) Photo: Darren Abate, FRE / Associated Press / FR115 AP

    San Antonio Spurs conduct manager Gregg Popovich, right, talks to Spurs ensure Bryn Forbes during a second half of an NBA basketball diversion opposite a Orlando Magic, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, in San Antonio. Orlando won 117-110. (AP Photo/Darren Abate)

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    San Antonio Spurs conduct manager Gregg Popovich, right, talks to Spurs ensure Bryn Forbes during a second half of an NBA basketball diversion opposite a Orlando Magic, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, in San Antonio. Orlando won

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    Photo: Darren Abate, FRE / Associated Press

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San Antonio Spurs conduct manager Gregg Popovich, right, talks to Spurs ensure Bryn Forbes during a second half of an NBA basketball diversion opposite a Orlando Magic, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, in San Antonio. Orlando won 117-110. (AP Photo/Darren Abate)

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San Antonio Spurs conduct manager Gregg Popovich, right, talks to Spurs ensure Bryn Forbes during a second half of an NBA basketball diversion opposite a Orlando Magic, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018, in San Antonio. Orlando won

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Photo: Darren Abate, FRE / Associated Press


One night after personification maybe their best defensive games of a season, a Spurs incited in one of their worst.

The Magic, who were a misfortune offense in a joining entrance into Sunday, illuminated adult a Spurs for a 117-110 win on Sunday during a ATT Center.


Saturday, a Spurs hold a NBA’s tip offense — a New Orleans Pelicans — to 95 points.

That same invulnerability was not there early on for a Spurs as a Magic got off to a prohibited start in a initial quarter, sharpened 14 of 21 from a building and heading 36-26.

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Orlando (3-6) pushed a lead to 26 points in a third quarter, usually to see a Spurs (6-3) try to convene in a fourth.

A 17-2 run got a lead behind to singular digits, Spurs manager Gregg Popovich reinserted a starters — LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan. And when Bryn Forbes strike a 3 with 3:09 remaining a Spurs were behind in it, down 111-104.


But, a convene came too late. And a Magic hold on for a win. DeRozan finished with 25 points to lead a Spurs. Patty Mills combined 16 and Marco Belinelli 15.

Aaron Gordon led a Magic with 26.


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