San Antonio Spurs vs. Houston Rockets
|San Antonio Spurs||110|
Despite losing Kawhi Leonard in the second half of the game, the San Antonio spurs managed to win the game 4 against the Houston Rockets on Tuesday be defeating them with the final score 110-107 in the overtime (OT). With the win, the Spurs now took a 3-2 lead for the Western Conference Semifinals matchup.
The Spurs really felt losing Leonard in the second half because the Rockets are not giving up. Fortunately, Patty Mills, LaMarcus Aldridge and Danny Green came out big against their opponent to seal their victory. Mills scored 20 points, Aldridge scored 18 and Green added 16 points.
Before leaving the court, Leonard already scored 22 points, grabbed 15 rebounds, with 4 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks for the San Antonio.
As for the Rockets, James Harden led the team in scoring with 33 points, Patrick Beverley added 20 points and Ryan Anderson scored 19 points for the game. However, at least seven players did not played the game as per the decision of their head coach Mike D’Antoni.
Leonard felt disappointed because of not finishing the game, but still happy with the outcome because his teammates outplayed the Rockets and now a win away to move in the Western Conference Finals this season. The spurs are also playing without point guard Tony Parker.
Scoring by quarters:
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