But they didn’t give up.
OKC kept fighting and fighting. In Game 3, they killed the Spurs, 102-82. The next two games ended in close bouts, but they held on to win to take a commanding 3-2 series lead.
San Antonio came into the game firing off all cylinders. They could not be stopped and jumped to a 63-48 lead at halftime, with Tony Parker off to a hot start. He would finish with 29 points and 12 rebounds.
However, the third quarter was where OKC started to take control. OKC would go on a 32-18 advantage in the third, which helped stay in the game and take over the fourth.
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