The Spurs are allowing the fewest free throw attempts in NBA history.

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The Spurs are allowing opponents to score just 88.5 points per game. If that holds for the rest of the season, it will rank as the 22nd fewest points allowed per game by a team in the three-point era and it would be the lowest total in the last 10 seasons. The last time a team held their opponent to 88.5 points or less per game was during 2005-06 when the Grizzlies held opponents to 88.5 ppg.┬áThe most remarkable thing about the Spurs holding their opponents under 89 points this season is that the league is playing at a blazing pace of 96.4 possessions per game compared to the crawling 90.5 pace that the league played at in 2005-06……Read More

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