Spurs, Heat square off after Friday road victories

The San Antonio Spurs will need to call on all of their physical reserves when they square off against the Miami Heat in south Florida on Saturday in the second of a road back-to-back. Any rest the Spurs had in the tank from their 12-day All-Star break was likely used up in their 157-153 double-overtime win over the host Washington Wizards and the ensuing late-night flight into Miami. Keldon Johnson led San Antonio with 32 points, and Dejounte Murray racked up 31 points, 14 assists and 13 rebounds for his 12th triple-double of the season, second in the NBA only to Denver’s Nikola Jokic (15).
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