For the second straight night, Manu Ginobili helped the San Antonio Spurs to win another close game.
One night after drilling the game winner against the Milwaukee Bucks, this time Ginobili sparked a Spurs run in the final period and drew an offensive foul from Carmelo Anthony that sealed the Spurs' victory.
Here are some of the numbers that stood out in this thrilling game.
52 - The Spurs won the inside battle, outscoring the Nuggets 52-42.
50 - The Nuggets made their outside shots, making 7-14 (50%) of their 3 point attempts. The Spurs made only 9-26 (34.6%) shots from beyond the arc.
42 - The Spurs controlled the boards, out rebounding the Nuggets 42-36.
31 - Carmelo Anthony had game-high 31 points and added nine rebounds for the Nuggets.
28-16-4 - Tim Duncan just reminded everyone that he's still one of the best bigs in the league. He stuffed the score sheet with 28 points, 16 rebounds, four assists, four blocks and one steal.
26 - The Spurs did a better job of sharing the ball, they had 26 dimes compared to the Nuggets' 20.
24 - Tony Parker added 24 points and nine assists for San Antonio.
10 - Matt Bonner led the Spurs bench with 10 points on 3-4 shooting from three-point range.
6 - After leaving the game early against Milwaukee because of hyper-extended knee, DeJuan managed to score six points in 14 minutes of action. Antonio McDyess and Gary Neal scored six points a piece off the bench. McDyess went 3-3 from the field.
2 - George Hill scored just two points, grabbed two rebounds and had four assists in 33 minutes of playing time.
0 - Duncan, Bonner and Neal did not commit a single turnover for the entire game.
Rookie Watch: Gary Neal had six points and seven rebounds in 20 minutes of action. Tiago Splitter did not play, one night after suffering a right abductor contusion.
What's Next? The Spurs will host the Memphis Grizzlies at the AT&T Center on Saturday to start their three game home-stand.
Follow Robby Lim on Twitter @RobbyLim21