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The San Antonio Spurs, who have dropped seven of their past nine games, will host the Cleveland Cavaliers, losers of five straight, on Monday in matchup of teams desperate for a victory. Someone has to win, and with San Antonio’s recent play against teams with losing records, you might say that the odds favor Cleveland. Monday’s game will conclude a franchise-high, nine-game homestand for the Spurs that has been disastrous.


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