Wednesday at 7 p.m., at Wells Fargo Center
Kawhi Leonard is coming off his best game since returning from a quadriceps injury on Dec. 12. The NBA all-star scored a season-high 25 points on 8-for-20 shooting in Tuesday night's 100-91 victory over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. He also had eight rebounds and four steals in the first time he played more than 30 minutes since his return. Power forward LaMarcus Aldridge added 29 points in the win.
Tony Parker (17th season), Pau Gasol (17th season), Rudy Gay (12th season), Manu Ginobili (16th season), and Aldridge (12th season) have each played more than 11 seasons in the league.
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2 Kawhi Leonard SF 6-7 12.6 ppg 4.2 rpg.
12 LaMarcus Aldridge PF 6-11 22.2 ppg. 8.3 rpg.
16 Pau Gasol C 7-0 10.9 ppg. 8.3 rpg.
14 Danny Green SG 6-6 8.6 ppg. 3.6 rpg.
9 Tony Parker PG 6-2 9.0 ppg. 4.1 apg.
Coach: Gregg Popovich (22nd season, 1175-518)
Injury report: No injuries
33 Robert Covington SF 6-9 14.2 ppg. 6.1 rpg
9 Dario Saric PF 6-10 13.6 ppg. 6.0 rpg.
5 Amir Johnson C 6-10 4.8 ppg. 4.8 rpg.
17 JJ Redick SG 6-4 17.1 ppg. 3.3 apg.
25 Ben Simmons PG 6-10 16.6 ppg. 7.5 apg.
Coach: Brett Brown (fifth season, 92-272)
Injury report: Markelle Fultz (right shoulder rehabilitation, out); Furkan Korkmaz (Lisfranc fracture, out); Justin Anderson (shin splints left leg, off); Joel Embiid (sprained right hand, doubtful).
The Spurs have a 57-34 series lead after winning 12 straight.
Friday: 7 p.m., at Wells Fargo Center, Detroit Pistons at Sixers
Jan. 11: 3 p.m., at The 02 Arena, Boston Celtics at Sixers
Jan. 15: 1 p.m., at Wells Fargo Center, Toronto Raptors at Sixers
Jan. 18: 7 p.m., at TD Garden, Sixers at Celtics