This article is cross-posted at Spurs World. With coach Gregg Popovich opting to rest Manu Ginobili, and newly acquired forward Stephen Jackson not yet able to join the team, the San Antonio Spurs holdovers responded to the challenge.Tim Duncan grabbed a season 19 rebounds to help San Antonio defeat Oklahoma City for the second time this season.Tony Parker scored 25 points, while Tim Duncan added 16 points and a season-high 19 rebounds, as the Spurs beat Oklahoma City 114-105 on Friday night.San Antonio rolled to a 27-point lead in the first half and was up by 20 late in the third quarter before Oklahoma City rallied within two-points down the stretch.Duncan muscled past Serge Ibaka at the left block, after Kevin Durant’s 3-pointer pulled the Thunder within 107-105, and Danny...

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