WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 (Xinhua) -- The Indiana Pacers, best current record holder in the NBA league, defeated the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday 111-100 to end a 11-game losing streak against the opponents.
"We haven't won here since 2002. So it definitely means that we're onto something. Something great is going on in here, if we just continue to keep on this path, we have a positive future," said Paul George, who led the Pacers with 28 points.
David West added team-second 20 points and Lance Stephenson had 15 points.
The Spurs managed to cut the 26-point margin into 10 with 90 seconds left in the fourth quarter, but the reigning champion of the Western Conference still missed the chance to accomplish the comeback after Patty Mills' three-point shot going away from the basket.
Kawhi Leonard had Spurs-best 18 points. Manu Ginobili added 16 from the bench.