San Antonio Spurs
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San Antonio Spurs Vs Washington Wizards
Tim Duncan scored 10 points or more for the 38th time in 38 NBA games this season. He has done it 18 times on the road, and 20 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 35. He recorded it on a November 19, 2006 game against Sacramento Kings (99-108 win).
Tim Duncan grabbed 10 rebounds or more for the 18th time in 38 NBA games this season. His season-high in rebounds is 16. He recorded it on a November 27, 2006 game against Golden State Warriors (111-102 loss).
Tony Parker scored 10 points or more for the 35th time in 37 NBA games this season. He has done it 16 times on the road, and 19 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 33. He recorded it on a November 11, 2006 game against New York Knicks (100-92 win).
Tony Parker grabbed 10 rebounds and set his new season-high in rebounding (in NBA). His previous record was 7 rebounds in a December 26, 2006 game against Milwaukee Bucks (107-114 loss). He grabbed 10 rebounds or more 1 times this season in NBA games.
Caron Butler scored 10 points or more for the 36th time in 36 NBA games this season. He has done it 19 times on the road, and 17 times at home. His season-high in scoring is 34. He recorded it on a December 22, 2006 game against Phoenix Suns (139-144 win).
Caron Butler grabbed 10 rebounds or more for the 5th time in 36 NBA games this season. His season-high in rebounds is 13. He recorded it on a December 30, 2006 game against Milwaukee Bucks (119-102 loss).
Basketball stats abbreviations
- MIN: Minutes played
- 2M-2A: Two-points field goal made, attempted
- 3M-3A: Three-points field goal made, attempted
- FG%: Field goal percentage
- 1M-1A: Free throws made, attempted
- 1%: Free throw percentage
- Or: Offensive rebounds
- Dr: Defensive rebounds
- Reb: Total rebounds
- Ast: Assists
- Stl: Steals
- Blk: Blocks
- Fo: Personal fouls
- Pts: Points scored
- Eff: Efficiency
If a player records double digits in a game in two of the PTS, REB, AST, STL or BLK statistics, he has a double-double. If he does it in three of this categories, he has a triple-double. If he does it in four categories he has a quadruple-double. Having a triple-double is considered as having a great game. Quadruple-doubles are extremely rare. Having one constitutes an historical performance. The last NBA player to record a quadruple double is David Robinson: it happened on February 17, 1994