San Antonio earned a 101-95 victory over Golden State on Wednesday, getting 21 points from Tony Parker at AT&T Center.
San Antonio did not, however, defeat the Warriors against the spread, which closed at 7.5 at most sportsbooks. Totals bettors, meanwhile, saw the game go OVER the closing number of 189.5.
Richard Jefferson had 17 points for San Antonio and Tim Duncan chipped in with 15 points. Tony Parker had 8 assists for the Spurs, while Tim Duncan was the team's top rebounder, grabbing 11 boards.
The Warriors got a 38-point performance from Monta Ellis, who was supported by 20 points from Stephen Curry. Stephen Curry had 8 assists in a losing cause for Golden State, while David Lee grabbed 10 rebounds.
First-half bettors who backed Golden State were victorious, as the score was 53-45 at the break.
San Antonio had a 45-37 advantage in the rebounding department as they won the battle in the paint.
San Antonio looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against the Mavericks. The Warriors will aim to get back on the winning track at Los Angeles.