The Argentine Manu Ginobili, the French base, Tony Parker and the power forward Tim Duncan returned to give their best scorer and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Sacramento Kings 112-104.
Ginobili, as a sixth player, was the maximum scorer to score 28 points in 30 minutes he played by scoring 9 of 16 shots from the field, including 4 of 9 triple, 6-6 from the line of personnel, captured three rebounds, handed out three assists and recovered two balls.
Parker was in charge of directing the team game by contributing 22 points and seven assists, while Duncan got a double-double of 17 so many and 13 rebounds, including 10 defensive.
Despite problems in the defensive play during all of the second part, the scorer success of the Texas version of the “Big Three” was what set up the difference on the scoreboard end.
Ginobili, Duncan and Parker scored the last 21 points of the match when the Spurs got a streak of 23-8, which made possible the comeback of the Texas team.
The victory was the second consecutive for the Spurs (24-7) and seventh in the last 10 matches played, allowing them to follow leaders with the third best mark in the Western Conference and Southwest Division.
Center DeMarcus Cousins returned to being the leader of the Kings get a double-double of 29 points and 14 rebounds, while the base Isaiah Thomas contributed 27 and forward Rudy Gay came to the so many 24, that they did not prevent the defeat of the Kings (9-20), the seventh in the last 10 matches played.