The San Antonio Spurs played tight defence and managed to stop Curry and the Warriors from winning. Both teams fought hard but in the end San Antonio Spurs managed to walk away with a win

Well, at least this time we got a game. Even though Tim Duncan started the game in the same place he began the last one.
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The San Antonio Spurs avenged their 30-point loss to the Golden State Warriors from earlier in the season on Saturday night, downing the league’s top team with an 87-79 conquest. The league’s top defensive team (by, like, a whole heck of a lot) showed off to a nationally-televised audience why many consider them to be just a half-stride behind the defending champs.
Duncan sat out the drubbing from earlier in 2016, and came off the bench in this win – playing just eight minutes and scoring only one point. LaMarcus San Antonio bottles Stephen Curry up, down the Warriors

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