NBA: UTAH (8-5) at SAN ANTONIO (9-3) <h3>Duncan, Spurs aim to increase their advantage against Jazz</h3> <div class="pre">Utah at San Antonio 9:00 pm EDT</div><div class="pre">Western Conference Finals Game Three</div> SAN ANTONIO (Ticker) -- Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs justwant to hold serve. The Utah Jazz look to join the battle. Duncan and the Spurs aim to go up 2-0 in the Western Conferencefinals vs. the Jazz on Tuesday. San Antonio defeated Utah, 108-100, on Sunday to take Game Oneof the series, beating the Jazz for the 17th straight time athome. Duncan had 27 points, 10 rebounds and five assists forthe Spurs, who just finished an emotional seven-game series withthe Phoenix Suns. Manu Ginobili added 23 points and a playoff career-high 10assists while Tony Parker chipped in with 21 and six. The SanAntonio defense clamped down on All-Stars Carlos Boozer andMehmet Okur, holding the frontcourt duo to 30 points on 10-of-32shooting. The Spurs could not hold down budding All-Star Deron Williams,who torched them for 34 points, including 18 in the fourthperiod to help cut the Utah deficit to under double digits. Since Duncan entered the NBA in 1997-98, San Antonio is 11-1 inplayoff situations when it wins the first two games. The onlynegative is a Western semifinal loss in six games to the LosAngeles Lakers after winning the first two at home. Before this season, history was also not on the side of Utah aswell. The Jazz were down two games and all 10 times Utah waseliminated in that series. However, the Jazz dropped the firsttwo to the Houston Rockets in the first round this year, only torebound and win in seven games.