Warriors vs. Spurs Game 5: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Tony Parker scores 25 points and dishes 10 assists as the Spurs stifle the Warriors' shooters to take Game 5, 109-91. The Spurs have now won 31 of 32 at home against Golden State.
The Spurs take Game 5 by 18 and they now lead 3-2.
Tony Parker scores 25 as Spurs quiet Steph Curry & Warriors in 109-91 win. San Antonio has won 31 of 32 at home vs Golden State.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 15, 2013
Tim Duncan joins some elite company for double-doubles in NBA Playoff history.
A jump shooting team is subject to cold spells and it hit Dubs tonight. Spurs one win away from WCF.— Pete Pranica (@PetePranica) May 15, 2013
Duncan hits the baseline jumper to put the Spurs up 18.
Tim Duncan now has 143 career playoff double-doubles, tied with Wilt Chamberlain for the 2nd-most in NBA history. Magic Johnson has 157.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 15, 2013
Curry and Thompson never found their shooting touch tonight.
The Spurs lead big as we head into a San Antonio timeout.
Barnes has scored 25 in back-to-back playoff games. The last rookie to do that: Tim Duncan.— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) May 15, 2013
Danny Green has outscored Curry and Thompson combined. That's not a good sign, for your offense or defense.— Fast Break (@GSWFastBreak) May 15, 2013
Tracy McGrady making an appearance.
That's it, no more Curry, Bogut or Klay, looks like.— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) May 15, 2013
The Spurs score seven straight out of the timeout and the Warriors call time.
And the Spurs go up 15 on the TP jumper. 4:20 left to play.— NBA Sports City (@NBASportsCity) May 15, 2013
Parker gets to the rim out of the timeout.
Harrison Barnes is 1st player in NBA history to score 25 Pts in consecutive playoff games after never scoring 25 in any career game. (Elias)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 15, 2013
Spurs, up 11 now,were up 8 at about this point Sunday, if that stirs your fast-twitch muscles— Ray Ratto (@RattoCSN) May 15, 2013
Klay Thompson hits the shot in the lane and it's an 11-point game.
Harrison Barnes hits the shot at the rim to cut the lead to 12.
The Spurs are shooting 54.2% from the field in the second half.
Warriors have no chance with Curry not playing well and Bogut not even on the court. 89-76 with 8:46 left— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) May 15, 2013
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