Tim Duncan and Cory Brewer: The elusive double-flop

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The Spurs cleaned up in Minnesota last night, beating the Timberwolves 121-92 for their eighth win of the season. Along the way, Tim Duncan and Minnesota small forward Cory Brewer went for the rare double-flop. Trying to get around Duncan's pick, Brewer flopped first, throwing his hand in the area of Duncan's face. With the opportunity at hand, Duncan went down slowly, drawing the foul.

Other Duncan stats include 10 boards and 9 points in just 22 minutes of play. With the win in Minnesota, San Antonio now has the sixth best record in the Western Conference.




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