Sixers at Spurs -- 8:30 p.m., CSN
In the last matchup between these two teams, the Sixers turned the ball over 14 times in the second half of a 93-76 loss to the Spurs in San Antonio on March 25, 2012.
The Spurs, playing in the last of back-to-back-back games, were led by Tony Parker's 21 points and seven assists. Veteran Tim Duncan was given the night off.
Elton Brand paced the Sixers with 14 points and nine rebounds.
Sixers: 15-19 (fourth in Atlantic Division, ninth in Eastern Conference)
Spurs: 26-9 (first in Southwest Division, third in Western Conference)
The Sixers fell to 2-5 on their current road trip after Friday night's 109-85 loss to Oklahoma City. Nick Young scored 21 points off the bench for the Sixers, who were outscored 63-43 in the second half. Jrue Holiday added 15 points of his own and dished out nine assists.
San Antonio had its season-best seven-game winning streak snapped on Thursday after a 117-110 loss to the Knicks in New York. Duncan and Parker were limited to just 11 points apiece.
The Sixers will conclude their season-high eight-game road trip on Saturday night. After their matchup with the Spurs, the Sixers will play 13 of their next 15 in Philly at Wells Fargo Center.
The Sixers have lost 24 of 25 road matchups against the Spurs dating back to 1987. The lone victory came on Jan. 3, 2004.
The Sixers dropped both games to the Spurs last season and have averaged just 84 points on 39.8 percent shooting over the past four meetings with San Antonio.
Note of interest
Sixers: Andrew Bynum (bilateral knee bone bruises) is out indefinitely.
Spurs: Stephen Jackson is listed as day-to-day after spraining his right ankle against the Knicks.
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