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#NBATogetherLive: Manu Ginobili buries game-winning three in double-overtime classic vs. Warriors in 2013 playoffs

In Game 1 of the Spurs' second-round series against the Golden State Warriors, Manu Ginobili delivered in the clutch to cap off a miraculous comeback in double overtime.

The Warriors led by 16 points late in the fourth quarter, before the Spurs reeled off an 18-2 run, capped off by a Danny Green triple to send it to overtime.

From there, the Spurs came to life and in the second overtime period, with the Warriors in front 127-126, Ginobili let it fly from three with 1.2 seconds remaining to secure a 129-127 win.

"It's only the second one I made all day," Ginobili said post-game. "Good timing, though."

The Dubs had one final shot at the win, with Jarrett Jack's triple from the top of the key missing, giving the Spurs their 30th consecutive win over the Warriors.

After trailing by such a large margin late in the game and with Steph Curry filling it up for the Warriors, even Ginibili was surprised the Spurs were able to pull off the comeback.

"I have no clue. I really got to watch it to see what happened," he said. "They started missing shots. Steph was unbelievable in the third quarter."

The Warriors point guard had 22 of his 44 points in the third quarter, including 14-straight, but struggled to keep it going down the stretch of regulation and overtime, with the Warriors missing eight of their final nine shots in regulation.

Curry finished with 44 points and 11 assists, shooting 18-of-35 from the field and 6-of-14 from beyond the arc.

Tony Parker led the Spurs with 28 points and eight assists, while Green added 22 points, Tim Duncan 19, Kawhi Leonard 18, and Ginobili 16.

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