Tim Duncan showed up at Power Balance Pavilion on Wednesday night wearing a sport coat, a predictable sartorial choice for the Spurs' 36-year-old power forward with his team playing the final game of a back-to-back-to-back.

Manu Ginobili, the Spurs' second-oldest player, was a different story.

For the third time in as many nights, Ginobili slipped on his black No. 20 jersey and contributed to a lopsided Spurs victory, this one a 127-102 affair at the expense of the Sacramento Kings.

"I need to play," Ginobili said after his 17-minute stint. "I need to be on the court. I'm starting to feel good. I need to keep it going."

The same could be said of the team that signs Ginobili's paychecks.