Spurs get back on winning track with squeaker over slumping Pacers
Dewayne Dedmon scores six points and pulls down 12 rebounds for San Antonio. AP

THE San Antonio Spurs got back on the winning track, beating the slumping Indiana Pacers, 110-106, on Monday in Indianapolis (Tuesday, Manila time).

Kawhi Leonard scored 32 points, making 13 of 23 field goal attempts, as the Spurs bounced back from a huge loss to the New York Knicks.

LaMarcus Aldridge had 19 points for San Antonio, which notched its 42nd win in 55 outings.

Tony Parker and Danny Green had 12 points each, which David Lee matched the output, coming off the bench to make 4 of 5 field goal attempts.

The Pacers suffered their fourth straight loss and 26th in 55 games.

Paul George had 27 points, whiel Myles Turner scored 22 for the Pacers. 

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