An exemplary defensive effort and a balanced scoring attack fueled the San Antonio Spurs' series-clinching 94-82 win over the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 on Thursday night.
Oracle Arena was rocking, but it didn't deter San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich's crew from dealing 27 assists and holding off a Warriors' rally in the second half.
Tim Duncan led San Antonio with 19 points, but he had plenty of help as all five Spurs' starters scored in double-digits and the bench unloaded 15 assists.
Although Stephen Curry had 22 points of his own, the Splash Brothers weren't enough to keep the Dubs' season alive. Harrison Barnes' head injury didn't help either.
Find out how every key player performed as we hand out grades for Game 6.