Spurs vs. Warriors Game 6: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Despite Tony Parker's off-shooting night, he hits big threes when it counts as the Spurs close out the Warriors in six, 94-82. They're headed to the Western Conference Finals to face the Grizzlies.
The Spurs close out the Warriors in six and are headed to the Western Conference Finals.
With slight changes, I could see Golden St. Competing for a NBA Title one day soon. Great series to watch!— Bruce Bowen (@Bowen12) May 17, 2013
Parker hits another HUGE three to make it a nine-point game.
Golden State has two free throws coming after we return from the Golden State timeout.
Parker, who was 1-for-13 previously, hits a huge three to put the Spurs up five.
Curry makes it 77-75. Spurs need to ratchet up intensity and HIT SOME SHOTS or this is going to go the way of Game 4.— Pounding the Rock (@poundingtherock) May 17, 2013
Thompson's baseline jumper makes this a four-point game again.
Leonard hits the jumper and the Spurs lead is back to seven.
Curry leads all scorers with 20 points.
Spurs call timeout with a five-point lead.
Jarrett Jack crosses up Gary Neal, hits the jumper, and draws the foul.
The Spurs have a seven-point lead despite Parker and Ginobili shooting 1-for-15.
Parker is backing one of the best games of his career with almost certainly the worst— Ray Ratto (@RattoCSN) May 17, 2013
Hack-An-Ezeli— Kyle Bonagura (@KyleBonagura) May 17, 2013
Kawhi Leonard grabs the offensive board and throws it down hard with one hand.
Tony Parker is shooting just 1-for-10 tonight.
That was Klay Thompson's first made three-pointer since Game 4.— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) May 17, 2013
Klay Thompson's three forces a San Antonio timeout. They lead by eight.
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