The San Antonio Spurs continue to prove that the Alamo Dome is one of the toughest places in the NBA to play as a strong display saw them extend their current home winning streak to 14 games with an 88-95 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Jan. 18, 2013.
Both teams starting line ups battled all night long as bench scoring was limited to only 21 points from the Warriors and 12 points for the Spurs. However, center Boris Diaw may not have scored for the Spurs but his nine rebounds and five assists showed the versatility of a big man that has an eye for the pass.
Tim Duncan and Tony Parker continue to be the life blood of the Spurs offense even as they advance in age. Duncan scored 24 points and added 10 rebounds while Parker scored 25 and collected eight assists.
The Warriors' Jarrett Jack scored 20 points and claimed 10 assists in his teams only double doubl e on the night while both Klay Thompson and David Lee were over t he 20 point mark as well. However, it was not enough to see the fifth place Western Conference side topple the third placed Spurs.
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