The Oklahoma City Thunder fell to the San Antonio Spurs 105-93, as the Spurs rode a 25-point swing from the first quarter to the fourth to take home the win, the tiebreaker, and extend their lead in the Western Conference to two games.
Russell Westbrook played a bit too much hero ball, While Tim Duncan and Tiago Splitter dominated in the paint, and three-pointers fell at just the right moments for the Spurs.
Oklahoma City and San Antonio will meet once more during the regular season in the beginning of April, and the Thunder should have a bit of revenge on their mind when that one comes around.
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