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Spurs rally past Wolves

SAN ANTONIO -- Rookie reserve center Boban Marjanovic scored nine of his 17 points in a crucial four-and-a-half-minute stretch of the third quarter as the San Antonio Spurs shrugged off a ragged start to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 101-95 on ...

SAN ANTONIO - Rookie reserve center Boban Marjanovic scored nine of his 17 points in a crucial four-and-a-half-minute stretch of the third quarter as the San Antonio Spurs shrugged off a ragged start to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 101-95 on Monday to stay undefeated at home this season. 
Minnesota got within 98-94 in the final minute on two free throws by reserve guard Zach LaVine and a running jumper by forward Andrew Wiggins but failed to convert another chance after a steal with 35 seconds remaining. 
San Antonio guard Tony Parker hit one of two free throws with 26.7 seconds to play to push the Spurs' lead to 99-94 and they were able to convert enough free throws at the end to secure the win.

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