David Robinson has seen Karl Malone's flying elbows. He doesn't think much of his flying feet, either. In their first meeting since Malone knocked out Robinson with an elbow on March 8, Malone scored 25 points and led the Utah Jazz to an 83-82 win over the San Antonio Spurs in the first game of their Western Conference semifinal on Tuesday night. Even though Malone's physical play didn't include misplaced elbows, Robinson was displeased by Malone's occasional habit of kicking his feet out in front of him before shooting a jump shot. "I think that's one of the more dangerous things a guy can do, and I have a problem with that," Robinson said. "I've been kicked before, and I don't like it." Malone did just that when he hit what turned out to be the game-winning jumper with 1:12 left. Robinson, by contrast, had a horrible fourth quarter, going without a field goal and scoring just two points. Of course, Robinson's lapse was more than covered by the performance of Rookie of the Year Tim Duncan.