Simmons’ performance vs. Nuggets.

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With San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili and forward Tim Duncan both back in San Antonio Friday evening for rest purposes, the team only had 13 active players available in the win against the Denver Nuggets. Minute’s distribution might have been important, since the team has a game back home in San Antonio Saturday against the Denver Nuggets. Minute’s distribution might have been important, since the team has a game back home in San Antonio Saturday against the Atlanta Hawks. With no Ginobili on the bench Friday, rookie Jonathon Simmons received the most playing time thus far in a game – 26:34 minutes. In those 27 minutes of action, Simmons was efficient on both ends, but he also had some growing moments, as he finished as the team’s third leading scorer with 12 points, two rebounds, one assist, two steals and five turnovers. In the latest ‘Zooming In’ feature, I highlighted Simmons’ career high scoring performance, as well as some notes on his play overall………Read More

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