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Warriors put on an offensive exhibition, blowout shorthanded Spurs by 39 points

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On the second stop of their eight-game rodeo road trip, the San Antonio Spurs got blown out 102-141 against the two-time defending champions at the Oracle Arena.

The Warriors put out some ridiculous numbers in this game especially on the offensive end of the floor.

Dropping their fifth-highest points tally of the season, 141 points, the Warriors dished out 42 assists on their 55 field goals (55-of-95 shooting - 57.9%).

Golden State blew the game open in the third quarter, dropping 49 points and recording 16 assists on their 17 field goals:

The Warriors had six players in double figures led by 2-time reigning Finals MVP Kevin Durant - 23 points, 9 assists, 8 rebounds, and 3 steals on 9-of-13 shooting. Klay Thompson top-scored with 26, dished out 6 assists and made 11 field goals on 13 attempts.

Stephen Curry had 19 points and 7 assists on 7-of-12 shooting as the Warriors clinched their 13th win in their last 14 games.

For the Spurs, who were playing without two big players in LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan, this was their biggest defeat of the season and their eighth straight loss at the Oracle Arena (including the Playoffs) since they stunned the Warriors on the opening night of the 2017-18 season.

San Antonio had five players in double figures, led by Patty Mills' 16 points but 18 turnovers and just 35 field goals on 43.2% shooting just didn't help their case.

The Spurs continue their road trip by playing a back-to-back in Portland tomorrow while the Warriors will travel to Phoenix to play the Suns on Saturday.

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