Spurs vs. Thunder Game 3: Live Score, Highlights and Reactions

Jake SilverSocial Media StaffMay 25, 2014

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Heading into Game 3, the San Antonio Spurs looked unstoppable. After taking a 2-0 series lead, Gregg Popovich's squad was quickly becoming the trendy pick as the favorite to win the NBA championship.

Not so fast.

Elite defensive specialist Serge Ibaka returned for OKC, and his presence was felt. Ibaka finished with 15 points, 7 boards and 4 blocks. The Spurs looked like they didn't know what hit them.

Manu Ginobili lead the Spurs with 23 points, including 6-9 from deep. Kevin Durant's 25 and Russell Westbrook's 26 lead the way for the Thunder though, and they got a 106-97 win.