Spurs 107, Bucks 94
Tim Duncan scored 31 points and Speedy Claxton had 12 points, 11 assists and 9 rebounds tonight to lead the San Antonio Spurs over the Milwaukee Bucks, 107-94.
Spurs center David Robinson, who plans to retire after this season, was honored at halftime and after the game for his 13 years with the team. He scored 10 points.
"San Antonio fans, you're the best -- I love you all," he said during a red-carpet ceremony after the game at SBC Center. "I can't remember anything this special that has happened to me on the basketball court."
Claxton came off the bench to replace starting point guard Tony Parker, who left with a sprained right wrist at the end of the first quarter. The third-year guard finished with career highs in assists and rebounds.
Malik Rose added 18 points for the Spurs.
Sam Cassell led the Bucks with 19 points. Desmond Mason added 17, Tim Thomas 15, Michael Redd 15 and Gary Payton 12.
The Spurs swept the season series from the Bucks for the first time since the 1997-98 season.
San Antonio led the entire way and took its largest lead of 21 points at the 4-minute 24-second mark in the fourth quarter, when Rose made a 15-foot jumper.
The Spurs shot 50 percent from the field and made 22 of 26 free throws.
Milwaukee tried to make a run but could only cut the deficit to 11 points when Cassell made a three-pointer with 51 seconds to go.