Newly crowned Slam Dunk Contest champ Glenn Robinson III makes his only appearance of the season in San Antonio on Wednesday night when the Spurs host the Indiana Pacers. His dad, Glenn Robinson Jr., remains beloved in the Alamo City for contributing to the 2005 title run for the Spurs, after which he retired. The Pacers have parlayed Robinson’s championship pedigree and the presence of four-time All-Star Paul George into a record that currently hovers above .500, smack dab in the middle of the Eastern Conference playoff standings. Still trailing the Golden State Warriors by a handful of games, the Spurs continue to roll, but look to remain healthy as the post-season approaches. Expect Kawhi Leonard to excel while going head-to-head with George.