For the third straight game, the San Antonio Spurs found themselves on another down-the-wire finish.
This time there were no buzzer beaters to win the game, instead the Spurs needed overtime to beat the Memphis Grizzlies who played without leading scorer Rudy Gay (one-game suspension) 112-106 and improved their record to an NBA best 23-3.
Now, it's time to look at some numbers it this Spurs' latest victory.
73.7 - The Spurs shot better from the foul line making 14-19 (73.7%) free throws while the Grizzlies converted on 14-21 (66.7%) from the free throw line.
57.1 - The Grizzlies made 8-14 (57.1%) of their three-pointers. The Spurs were 10-23 (43.5%) from beyond the arc.
51.2 - For the third straight game the Spurs have shot 50% or better from the field, while holding their opponents below 50%. They made 44-86 (51.2%) of their field goal attempts, the Grizzlies on the other hand, made 42-95 (44.2%) shots from the floor.
48 - The Grizzlies won the battle of the boards, out rebounding the Spurs 48-41.
37 - Tony Parker had a game-high 37 points, including 16 in the fourth quarter and overtime as he helped the Spurs pull off another dramatic win for their eight straight victory.
27 - Inserted into the starting lineup because of Gay's one game suspension, O.J. Mayo led the Grizzlies with 27 points and hit a game-tying 3-pointer with 21 seconds left that sent the game into overtime.
24-21 - Zach Randolph had a monster game posting 24 points and 21 rebounds for his third 20-20 performance of the season.
13-10 - Tim Duncan added 13 points and 10 rebounds for San Antonio and surpassed 21,000 points for his career.
10 - Chris Quinn scored 10 points off the Spurs' bench and shot 4-7 from the field, including 2-4 from behind the arc.
3 - For the second straight game, Antonio McDyess went a perfect 3-3 from the field and added six points, three rebounds and two steals for the Spurs.
0 - Matt Bonner, McDyess, Neal and Quinn did not commit a single turnover for the entire game.
Rookie Watch: With George Hill out with an injury, Gary Neal stepped up as he scored 11 points, grabbed five rebounds, had one assists and a steal in 28 minutes of action. Tiago Splitter returned to the line up recovering from a right abductor contusion. He had two assists in eight minutes
What's Next? The Spurs will host the new-look Phoenix Suns at the AT&T Center in San Antonio on Monday.
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