San Antonio Spurs (76) v. Golden State Warriors (74)
November 9, 2013
Well, that was a nail-biter. We visited Stone Werks at Lincoln Heights to watch as the Spurs took on their rivals from last season's Western Conference semifinals. Thanks to strong playing by Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard (and an injured Stephen Curry sitting out for the Warriors), the Spurs narrowly eked out a victory after a particularly lackluster second quarter.
Each week for our new web series Spurs City, we’ll head to a different San Anto destination to cheer on our Spurs and scout some hardcore fans willing to wax poetic on all things Spurs for our camera. Got a favorite bar, ice house, backyard or living room we should visit next? Let us know!
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