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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

At the half, the Spurs lead 57-54. The Spurs have now given up 10 points (all in the second quarter) off 9 total turnovers. Kawhi Leonard is having an off night as he's 4 of 12 for 10 points. He's drawing some double teams, but hasn't been able to find open teammates often enough. Danny Green and LaMarcus Aldridge have 14 points and 12, respectively. Momentum seems to be swinging the Warriors' way.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors trail 57-54 at the half, having come back from 22 down. Better effort on the glass and a dearth of mistakes helped correct course

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The finale of the Texas 4-Step is by far the most competitive game. Spurs pounced on the Warriors, who bowed up and got back in the game after getting down by 22. Spurs 57, Warriors 54 at the half.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors come all the way back, bit by bit, somewhat through attacking certain mismatches (like Tony Parker guarding Shaun Livingston). Now trail 48-45

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Wasn't this supposed to be the NBA season that we knew how everything would play out before we got to Halloween? #weknownothing

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs' 22-point lead disintegrated before halftime. The West's top two seeds are trading flurries of punches.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

The Pelicans stay with an Anthony Davis-DeMarcus Cousins frontcourt while the Mavericks go small but hold on for a 121-118 victory. Davis finishes with 30 points and 13 rebounds and Cousins has 29 points, 16 rebounds, 6 assists.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State is not going down without a fight. The Warriors have sliced the lead to seven. The electricity in the crowd has turned into anger at refs.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

With that Ian Clark 3, the Warriors cut the lead to 10. A good run from the bench in this 2nd quarter so far

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

At the end of the first quarter, the Spurs lead 33-17. San Antonio's largest lead in the first quarter was 22 points. The Spurs are destroying the Warriors on the glass with an 18-7 advantage in rebounds. Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge have combined for 17 points. The Spurs have also feasted on Warriors turnovers, scoring 11 points off 6 miscues. The Spurs have turned it over 3 times, but the Warriors haven't turned any of them into points.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

33-17 Spurs after 1 in an overwhelming performance by San Antonio. Warriors are screwing up in seemingly every aspect, batting a few rebounds to the opponent and missing easy shots

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs played such suffocating defense that it was surprising to see the Warriors score on the final two possessions of the first quarter to pull with 33-17. The Spurs flying out of the gates guaranteed an electric atmosphere in the AT&T Center.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

After one quarter, the San Antonio Spurs have a 33-17 advantage on the Golden State Warriors. They led by as many as 22 points in the quarter.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

David West is welcomed back to San Antonio with a round of boos. Spurs fans apparently didn't appreciate him choosing to go to Golden State after spending last season here.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

As the kids say: It's lit.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek makes it sound as if the veterans will still get minutes in the final games of the season but the club's young players will get some more playing time.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Thunder earned their seventh playoff berth in the past eight seasons with Wednesday night's overtime win over the Magic. (Kim Klement/USA TODAY Sports)

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

J.J. Redick (ankle) is back after missing Clippers' loss Sunday vs. the Kings.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Man, we thought the Spurs dominated the Cavaliers? San Antonio 23, Warriors 3 seven minutes in. A statement week for the Spurs?