Last night, the San Antonio Spurs finished off the Golden State Warriors 94-82, winning their second round matchup with the Warriors 4-2. Tim Duncan led the way for San Antonio with 19 points, six rebounds, and three blocks. Tony Parker shot just 3-16, but hit two clutch threes late in the fourth to seal the victory.

The Warriors were down by as many as 14, but stayed in the game behind 22 points and 6 assists from Stephen Curry. Golden State also had a huge scare when Harrison Barnes landed awkwardly on his head. Barnes would leave late in the first half, return before the start of the second half, and finally leave permanently after suffering from headaches.

"Y'all really thought the Warriors had a chance to upset the Spurs? That lil' lightskin dude is nice but he ain't the Mamba."