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SPURS at CAVALIERS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | March 8, 2020 The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the San Antonio Spurs, 132-129, in overtime.

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This NBA’s video is titled SPURS at CAVALIERS | FULL GAME HIGHLIGHTS | March 8, 2020 and credited to NBA. Viewing time is 00:09:33, enjoy our fellow NBA fans!


  1. The only roster difference of this year from last: take out 6’10” Davis Bertans (who led the team in +/- throughout the year) insert 6’5” Dejounte Murray (unless you think end-of-year benching of Cunningham, Poindexter, or injured washed up Pau Gasol were instrumental in the 48-34 record of last year). 26-36 so far this year. Davis just went 8-15 on threes last game as the Spurs flop against these Cavs made me look up his same day game stat. This after Aron Baynes recently going for 36/37 points on 9-17 threes. Murray and Trey Lyles are the only Spurs starters playing a substantial # of games to have losing records in the last 23 years. DmDR not that far behind.

  2. Cavs are playing much better under Bickerstaff. I think they’ll have a shot at the playoffs next year. I’m stunned the Spurs are 10 games under .500 though. Their playoff streak is going to end in pretty bad fashion.

  3. Like Nance at the wing. Since when can he shoot 3s consistently? Perfect prototype big forward for the current game. Can shoot 3, can defend, can finish lobs.

  4. its pathetic how well these guys are paid and some dont play starts with the max allstar player.and now the nobody player thinks they dont have to play defense.all that $ playing in the nba and some dudes are too good to play did they make it that far?take some of that money away till they learn

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