Dressed in silver and black, Spurs fans hit local hot spots downtown.
Fans like Antonio Gomez had no doubt the Mavs were no match for the Spurs.
"The Spurs are doing really, really good. Overall, if the Spurs play together and play Spurs basketball, they'll win tonight," said Gomez.
"Pop gets after them and they get right back to it, so I'm pretty sure we'll pick it back up," said Tom Cruz Zuniga, Spurs fan.
In the sea of Spurs fans at the Ticket, the lone Mavs fan, Calaia Jackson, stood confident her team would win.
"We stay strong, we're Mavs fans for life and we stay strong, that's about it," said Jackson.
In Southtown at the Friendly Spot, Mudrina Arispe enjoyed the game with her family.
She was happy with the way the Spurs were playing and while some may think Tony Parker looks tired because he's a new dad, Arispe believes he's playing harder.
"When you're in the zone, you're going to get what you need to get to get it done, if anything it's probably motivation," said Arispe.
Game 7 is this Sunday at the AT &T Center.