By John Denton
Nov. 29, 2013

ORLANDO -- The amazingly consistent, reliably dominant San Antonio Spurs brought new meaning to the phrase ``Black Friday’’ for the Orlando Magic.

Even without superstar point guard Tony Parker, San Antonio operated with surgeon-like precision and gutted the black jersey-clad Magic at every turn on Friday night. The Spurs got an early lift from aging star center Tim Duncan and shot a sizzling 55.3 percent to beat the Magic 109-91 before 15,159 fans at the Amway Center.

``That was pretty much the theme of the game – if we made a mistake they made us pay for it,’’ said Magic rookie Victor Oladipo, who got his first start at point guard and his first regular-season taste of the Spurs. ``They hit consistent shots and they play so well together.’’



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