It was a "win or go home" situation for the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night as they hosted the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of their Western conference finals matchup. Heavily favored to beat the Spurs, the Warriors came into Monday's matchup leading the series 3-0 and with a chance to seal the deal and advance to the NBA finals. AT&T Center in San Antonio was fully packed once again as San Antonio fans came to see their team take one last shot at the Warriors. The Spurs were shorthanded in this one playing without their leading scorer Kawhi Leonard and starting point guard - Tony Parker.

Golden State seals the deal in Game 4

San Antonio only led two times in this game, 2-0 and 4-2 early in the first quarter. After that, it was all Warriors as they dominated from the opening tip. Midway through the first period Golden State already had a 14-point lead at 21-7 and they led 31-19 after the first 12 minutes of the game. Their biggest lead of the first half was 19 points (51-32) and at halftime, the score was 65-51 for the away team. Golden State shot 14-of-19 (73%) from the field in the second quarter, establishing their best shooting quarter in the last two postseasons.

Golden State shot 14-of-19 (73%) from the field in the second quarter, establishing their best shooting quarter in the last two postseasons.

Klay Thompson opened up the second half with a three-pointer, and after Patty Mills converted three free throws, the Warriors responded with seven consecutive points to take their largest lead of the entire game at 78-56. Heading into the final period of the game, Golden State held a 96-78 lead. San Antonio managed to outscore the Warriors 37-33 in the fourth quarter but the final score was 129-115 in favor of the away team.

The Warriors shot 55.8% from the field and outrebounded the Spurs 53-41. San Antonio had 33 assists and eight turnovers for the game.

Curry and Durant combine for 65 points

Five players finished in double-digit scoring for Golden State in Game 4. Stephen Curry led the way with 36 points, six assists, and five rebounds.

Kevin Durant scored 29 points on 10-for-13 shooting and pulled down 12 rebounds, while Draymond Green added 16 points and eight assists. Ian Clark contributed with 12 points off the bench for the Warriors.

Kyle Anderson led the Spurs in scoring in their last game of the season. He finished with 20 points and grabbed six rebounds while Manu Ginobili added 15 points and seven assists. Patty Mills and Pau Gasol each scored 14 points.

Golden State remains perfect in this year's playoffs with a 12-0 record as they now advance to their third straight NBA finals.

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