By Jose Grijalva, Project Spurs.com
When the San Antonio Spurs dominated the Houston Rockets on Friday night, they didn't have a player who stood out from the ordinary. You had some great passes from Nando De Colo and a Tim Duncan dunk over Patrick Patterson (don't forget Matt Bonner throwing it down to the delight of everyone cheering the Silver & Black), but it was an overall team effort.
The superstars played a great game (Tony Parker: 17 points, 7 assists and Tim Duncan: 12 points, 12 rebounds), but the team didn't get a let down once the second string squad got in the game. The bench played great team basketball on both sides on the court and gave fits on both ends of the court to the Rockets starters. Here's what Tim Duncan had to say about the Spurs bench.
"I think all around, we're getting 10, 11, or 12 out there really focused on what they're doing on the court and making most of their minutes."
This is proven true by last night's game.
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