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Video: Watch the Spurs drain 20 three-pointers on Mavs

Dec 24, 2012, 1:31 AM EST

Sunday night the Spurs were the anti-Nuggets.

San Antonio blew the Mavericks out of the water by draining 20 out of 30 three-point attempts, showing Dirk Nowitzki what it will take now that he is back. Danny Green was on fire and hit 7-of-8, but eight other Spurs pitched in with threes.

Ball movement and knocking down good looks. It’s the Spurs way.

 

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