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  1. League: NBA
  2. Golden State vs. Denver
    Live
    Half
    66 GS
    52 DEN
  3. LA Clippers vs. Portland
    Live
    Half
    52 LAC
    68 POR
  4. Phoenix vs. Sacramento
    Live
    5:48 3rd
    60 PHO
    61 SAC
  5. Indiana vs. Orlando
    Final
    101 IND
    86 ORL
  6. Chicago vs. Charlotte
    Final OT
    86 CHI
    91 CHA
  7. Washington vs. Boston
    Final
    118 WAS
    102 BOS
  8. Houston vs. New Orleans
    Final
    100 HOU
    105 NO
  9. Brooklyn vs. Cleveland
    Final
    85 BKN
    114 CLE
  10. Philadelphia vs. Miami
    Final
    100 PHI
    87 MIA
  11. Atlanta vs. Milwaukee
    Final
    111 ATL
    103 MIL
  12. Utah vs. Minnesota
    Final 2OT
    136 UTA
    130 MIN
  13. Toronto vs. New York
    Final
    92 TOR
    95 NY
  14. LA Lakers vs. San Antonio
    Final
    113 LAL
    100 SA
  15. Detroit vs. Oklahoma City
    Final
    111 DET
    112 OKC
  16. Dallas vs. Memphis
    Final OT
    105 DAL
    106 MEM
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Team 1 2 3 4
GS 20 13 22 19
SA 27 13 24 12
76

Parker scores 18, leads Spurs over Warriors 76-74

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Parker scores 18, leads Spurs over Warriors 76-74
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SAN ANTONIO, TX - November 8: Tony Parker #9 of the San Antonio Spurs shoots the ball against the Golden …

SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tony Parker scored 18 points, including the last seven for San Antonio, and the Spurs held on for a 76-74 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Friday night.

Warriors star guard Stephen Curry didn't play after bruising his left ankle on Wednesday against Minnesota. Minus him, the Spurs won their 30th straight regular-season home game against Golden State.

Parker missed two free throws with 16.4 seconds remaining that gave Golden State a final chance. Andre Iguodala drove to the basket and tried a layup that rolled off the rim.

Neither team scored in the final 2:23.

It was the first game between the teams since the second round of the Western Conference playoffs, which the Spurs won 4-2.

Kawhi Leonard added 13 points for the Spurs, who improved to a conference-best 5-1.

Golden State pulled within 76-74 with 2:23 left on a pair of free throws by David Lee, but both teams hit a slump after that.

Toney Douglas came off the bench to lead Golden State with 20 points. Lee added 13 and Clay Thompson had 11.

The Spurs shot 39.2 percent from the field, marking the fifth time in six games this season that Golden State held its opponent to under 40 percent from the field.

San Antonio jumped out to an early double-digit lead, but struggled in the second quarter, hitting just two field goals in the first seven minutes. Still, the Spurs managed to maintain the lead by plugging their big men in the middle and forcing Golden State to take outside jumpers.

NOTES: With the win, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are now No. 4 all-time in league history for victories by teammates with 597. ... Harrison Barnes, who missed the Spurs' first four games of the season with left toe inflammation, made his first start of the season, filling in for Curry. Barnes scored five points. ... Spurs F Matt Bonner missed his second straight game with tightness in his left calf. ... The Spurs' regular-season home winning streak against Golden State is their longest active string against any team. The Warriors, however, won at San Antonio in last season's playoffs.

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