Tony Parker hit a 16-footer with 26.1 seconds left, as the San Antonio Spurs beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 109-105.
The game had a playoff type of atmosphere and it was physical all throughout. Parker got into a bit of a scuffle off a hard foul from Thunder's Nick Collison, and Gary Neal needed five stitches above his right cheek but was able to comeback. Nonetheless, with the win, the Spurs (47-10) moved within three wins of matching their win total from last season.
Now it's time to check out some of the numbers that stood out in this Spurs' latest victory.
88.9 - The Thunder made their free throws, hitting 24-of-27 (88.9%) shots from the foul line. The Spurs were not as good, making just 22-of-28 (78.6%) of their free throw attempts.
54 - The Thunder had a huge advantage on the boards, out-rebounding the Spurs 54-37.
44.6 - San Antonio shot 37-of-83 (44.6%) from the floor while holding the Thunder to 37-of-91 (40.7%) from the field.
38 - The Spurs won the inside battle, outscoring the Thunder 38-32 on inside points.
33 - The Spurs outscored the Thunder 33-16 in the second quarter to build an 11 point lead at halftime.
30 - Kevin Durant had a game-high 30 point, nine rebounds, three steals, one steal and one block for the Thunder.