NBA: San Antonio 95, Golden State 88

Jan. 18, 2013 at 11:26 PM

SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 18 (UPI) -- Tony Parker scored six points during a game-closing run Friday that lifted San Antonio to a 95-88 triumph over Golden State.

San Antonio won its third straight and improved its home record to a league-best 18-2. The Warriors have dropped three in a row and five out of six.

It was a tie game with seven minutes to go before the Spurs went on a 13-6 surge to end the contest.

Tim Duncan put San Antonio in front for good on a jumper with 6:12 remaining. A 3-pointer from Danny Green with 1:30 to play put the Spurs in front by seven.

Parker finished with 25 points and Duncan had 24 along with 10 rebounds. San Antonio went 18-of-20 from the foul line.

Golden State was led by David Lee with 22 points, Klay Thompson with 21 and Jarrett Jack with 20.

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