Tony Parker leads the Spurs in scoring, averaging 17.8 ppg. this season.
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The San Antonio Spurs own the NBA's best record thanks to a six-game winning streak, but they'll face a stiff challenge Tuesday night when they visit the Chicago Bulls. The Spurs' last loss came Feb. 21 at Phoenix. Since Feb. 1, San Antonio is 13-3 and moved past the Oklahoma City Thunder for supremacy in the Western Conference and the Indiana Pacers for the best mark in the league. The Bulls have alternated wins and losses over the last five, but prior to that, Chicago has gone 6-2 in its last eight. After starting a demanding six-game homestand with a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday, the Bulls bounced back with a 95-88 overtime victory over the Miami Heat. The Bulls topped the Spurs by 10 on Jan. 29, but San Antonio is 8-3 in its last 11 in Chicago.
Bayern faces toughest test in San Felipe
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