Maccabi Tel Aviv loses 97-84 to San Antonio Spurs

October 8, 2006 19:32


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Tony Parker scored 27 points to help the San Antonio Spurs beat Sunday in an exhibition game. Tim Duncan added 15 points, while Manu Ginobili scored 10 to give the Spurs their second straight win in France, Parker's home country. "It's been a long week," said Parker, who scored 26 points against Asvel Villeurbane on Thursday. "It's been a pleasure to come back here and see family and friends, and we had two good games and two wins."

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