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Rudy Gay and the bench carry scoring load for the Spurs in loss to the Warriors

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The Spurs came up short in their bid to beat the Warriors twice in a row.

NBA: Golden State Warriors at San Antonio Spurs Scott Wachter-USA TODAY Sports

The Spurs could not replicate Monday’s energy and fell to the Warriors in their immediate rematch. Rudy Gay led the team in scoring with 17 points while Trey Lyles and Patty Mills also came off the bench to score 15 and 13, respectively. Missing Derrick White and LaMarcus Aldridge due to rest and injury, the rest of the good guys ran on steam all night trying to keep pace.

Trey Lyles particularly provided some solid minutes and much needed energy for the night:

Keldon Johnson never needs an excuse to provide energy, and he came through with a solid stat line of 13 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists:

Here, Keldon Johnson turned on the spin cycle and polished the glass with a pretty lay-in:

Trey Lyles was probably watching “Friends” reruns before the game and was channeling his inner Ross Geller. Pivot. Pivot. Pivot. Unagi!

Devin Vassell getting acclimated to this corner three business:

Block me once shame on you, block me twice shame on you twice:

Dejounte Murray was auditioning for a future spot in the All-Star skills competition with this dart pass between the legs of an unsuspecting opponent:

Last but never least, the full game highlights:

Next up, the Spurs kick off the Rodeo Road Trip and head to Atlanta to take on the Hawks on Friday, February 12, 2021. The Spurs have been impressive on the road this season, going 7-3 so far, so they just might be in for their first winning RRT performance since 2017.