The Spurs Kick Off the Week with a Monday Matchup Against the Cleveland Cavaliers

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JOSH HUSKIN
  • Josh Huskin

It’s been a tough March for the Cleveland Cavaliers, with a slew of injuries affecting key players including Kevin Love, Kyle Korver and Andrew Bogut, who was released after seeing less than a minute on the court before suffering a broken leg. San Antonio is no stranger to injury woes, most notably big man LaMarcus Aldridge, who continues to assess his options following a minor heart arrhythmia. The trio of David Lee, Dewayne Dedmon and Pau Gasol has answered the bell in Aldridge’s absence with Gasol taking his move to the bench in stride. Every contest is critical as the Spurs continue jockeying for the top seed in the West with the Golden State Warriors. LeBron James usually brings his A game when squaring off against the Spurs, which should keep Kawhi Leonard plenty occupied at both ends. $35-$1,600, 7pm Mon, Mar. 27, AT&T Center, One AT&T Center Pkwy., (210) 444-5000, attcenter.com.

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