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Spurs beat Clippers 116-90 for 5th straight win

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The aging San Antonio Spurs came out of the All-Star break rested and raring to go. They notched their second win since the break ended and fifth in a row, beating the Los Angeles Clippers 116-90 on Thursday night behind 31 points from Tony Parker. "Tony's been a huge part of us playing that well. He's been the one who is most consistent," said Tim Duncan, who had nine...