Spurs Survive Marathon

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Tony Parker scored 32 points, hitting two of
San Antonio's three baskets in the second overtime, and Michael
Finley blocked Memphis' last shot to send the Spurs to a 106-103
win Saturday night.
Parker's two baskets put the Spurs up by four before O.J. Mayo
hit a 3-pointer for Memphis with 71 seconds left. The Grizzlies had
a chance to send the game into a third overtime when Mayo drove the
lane in the final seconds, but he couldn't get off a clean shot. He
dished to Rudy Gay, but Finley was able to swat the ball from
behind and the Spurs' Roger Mason came away with the loose ball.
Kurt Thomas, who scored the Spurs' first basket of the second
overtime, added a final free throw for the last point with 0.5
seconds left on the clock.




 
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