Old man Tim Duncan and his San Antonio Spurs denied the high-flying Los Angeles Clippers once again on Saturday night.
The Clippers were beating up on San Antonio in Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinals and had a 40-16 lead, but the savvy Spurs rallied back for a 96-86 win. The Spurs continued their dominance in the postseason winning their seventh straight playoff game and 17th game in a row dating back to the regular season. This highlight epitomized how the Spurs stingy defense stopped the high-powered Clippers' offense. Blake Griffin expected to wow the crowd with another one of his gravity-defying dunks, but Tim Duncan wasn't having it and blocked the young gun.