Tony Parker scored 18 points and five other San Antonio Spurs players scored in double figures as the Spurs routed the Golden State Warriors, 111-90, Wednesday night, extending their winning streak to 19 straight games and clinching the Southwest Division title.
San Antonio wasted no time in this one, jumping out to a 17-point lead in the first quarter as Tim Duncan scored 12 of his 15 points in the opening frame. The Spurs would lead by double digits for most of the rest of the way.
Golden State closed to within seven midway through the third period, but San Antonio then went on an 18-0 run between the third and fourth quarters to push the lead up to 25.
The Spurs led by as much as 26 despite only shooting 4-for-19 behind the three-point line. They shot 53 percent from the floor overall.
Stephen Curry posted a double-double for the Warriors, tallying 11 points and 10 assists, but he shot 5-of-15, making only one triple.
The Warriors hit on only 42.4 percent of their shots as a team.
With the win, San Antonio not only kept alive its winning streak, but it also completed a four-game regular-season sweep of Golden State.