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Spurs defeat LeBron, Cavs to stay unbeaten at home

(Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
(Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

The Spurs take on the Cavs tonight at the AT&T Center. Follow the latest game reaction and updates right here.

That's a wrap. The Spurs stay undefeated at home with a 99-95 win over Cleveland.

Spurs up with seven with one minute left in game after Duncan hook shot.

Kawhi with a monster dunk off a missed shot. Spurs lead 89-81 with 4 mins to go.

Spurs take a 10 point lead with 6:16 to play, 87-77.

Patty with a huge three to give the Spurs an eight point lead, 83-75 with 8 minutes left.

David West having one of his better games as a Spur. SA up 76-75 early in fourth quarter.

Matthew Dellavadova hits a big shot at the buzzer. After three quarters, Cavs lead 73-72.

Jonathon Simmons with another highlight play.

Game tied at 66 with two minutes left in 3rd quarter. Expect a great finish.

Spurs battle back to take their first lead of the game, 57-55. Timeout Cleveland.

Check out some of the fans at tonight's game by clicking on KSAT's Spurs fans slideshow right here.

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Interesting take about Kawhi Leonard from Charles Barkley.

Strong finish after a slow start. Spurs down six, 50-44, after first half. Parker with a game high 18 points.

Here's a look at some winners from our KSAT trivia test before tonight's game:

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Check out another nice play by Kawhi Leonard:

Spurs down nine, 45-36, with 4:26 left in first half. Parker leads the Spurs with 10 points.

Spurs start to heat up, but Cleveland still holds a double digit lead, 41-31, with 6:37 left in first half.

Spurs cut into Cavs lead early in second quarter, 35-26.

Here's one of the first quarter's Kawhi-lights:

UPDATE: Spurs out to a slow start. They trail Cleveland 32-20 after the first quarter.

UPDATE: Cavs go on 15-6 run to take a 28-17 lead with 1:40 left in first quarter.

UPDATE: Spurs cut Cleveland's lead to two after a slow start, 13-11, with 5:39 left in first quarter.

From NBA's Twitter feed:

Check out our latest Race for Seis webcast with David Sears and don't forget about our fans slideshow. Below is a previous slideshow from the Utah game.

UPDATE: Cavs up 10-2 early in first quarter. Spurs forced to call a timeout.

From KSAT's David Sears. Click here for his game preview: 

The Spurs are undefeated at home as they prepare to take on the best team from the East.


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