Kawhi Leonard kept the faith Monday night.
Eventually, LaMarcus Aldridge came through, too.
Together, the new faces of the Spurs produced a familiar result — a 110-06 victory at Indiana for another milestone moment. With their 42nd victory, the Spurs extended their streak of consecutive winning seasons to a league-record 20.
"It was a heck of a competitive game," coach Gregg Popovich said. "It was real physical and aggressive. I thought both teams played real well. I'm obviously thrilled with a win on the road. It could have gone either way."
The Spurs have had a winning record every season since Tim Duncan was a rookie in 1997-98, this...