Kevin Durant carried the Warriors past the Spurs 110-107 at ORACLE Arena. Durant scored 14 consecutive points in the fourth quarter on his way to 37 as Golden State outscored San Antonio 32-to-20 in the final frame. Durant added 11 rebounds, four assists and four blocks across 39 minutes. Steph Curry left the game early in the first quarter with a sprained ankle. The 51-and-14 Warriors are a half-game behind the Rockets from the best record in the West. LaMarcus Aldridge had 30 points and 17 rebounds for San Antonio. The Spurs are 3-and-9 in their last 12, dropping them to 37-and-28.
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