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Tim Duncan doubled up in the Game 5 win over the Thunder Thursday with 22 points and 12 rebounds to go with two assists and a blocked shot in 30 minutes of action.
Duncan and the Spurs took back the paint in Game 5 as they shoot 71% from there on Thursday after failing to exceed 48% from in the key in the two previous games. With the win, the Spurs took a 3-2 series lead and will look to close things out in their next game on Saturday in OKC.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Adam Lind went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double, two runs, and two RBI, on Wednesday night vs the Dodgers.
On Wednesday night, Lind connected with a hanging breaking ball in the first inning off Dodgers starter Joe Wieland for his fifth home run of the season. Quietly, Lind has become one of the more serviceable fantasy options at first base, as his slash line sits at an impressive .323/.396/.591, while his five home runs and 15 RBI are just enough power to render him an imposing bat in the middle of the Brewers order. It is tough to tell how long he will be able to maintain this type of production, but the promising sign is that once upon a time, Lind was a legitimate threat in the batters box while playing in Toronto, so he might just be returning to form. Analysis: Dom Murtha