Final Score: San Antonio Spurs 117 OKC Thunder 89

Chris Covatta

That's more like it.

Tim Duncan had 22 points and 12 rebounds, helping the Spurs take game 5 at home. After being tied at the end of the first, the Spurs outscored OKC 32-22 in the second to take a 10 point lead into the half. And they never looked back. The lead was 20 after 3, and both teams emptied the benches by the 6 minute mark in the fourth, with the lead in the 30s. San Antonio was running on all cylinders tonight, hitting their 3s, rebounding at both ends of the floor, and playing solid defense, holding the Durant-Westbrook duo to 46, and allowing only one other Thunder player to hit double digits (Reggie Jackson with 11).

But the most important number of the night is:

5

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