The San Antonio Spurs won the first two games of their Western Conference semifinal series against the Los Angeles Clippers. 

If they intend to make this series short, they have to keep using their advantage to the fullest and make the necessary adjustments as needed when the series shift to Los Angeles Saturday night.

But how did the Spurs won this game? Let's look at the numbers.

69.2 - The Clippers shot a blistering 69.2 percent from beyond the arc (9-of-13), the Spurs countered with a decent 40 percent (10-of-25) from downtown.

53.2 - Both teams shot well from the floor, the Spurs went 42-of-79 (53.2 percent) from the field compared to the Clippers' 31-of-63 (49.2 percent). San Antonio however, made 11 more field goals than Los Angeles.

50 - The Spurs pounded it on the inside and attack the rim with reckless abandon, outscoring the Clippers 50-18 on inside points

23 - For the second game in a row, the Spurs moved the ball better. They outdished the Clippers 23-13

17 - Despite the Spurs' inside dominance, Los Angeles went to line 23 times and made 17 of their foul shots. San Antonio only had 17 free throw attempts and made 11 of them.

14 - Tim Duncan finished with 18 points, 14 coming in the first half when the Spurs mauled the Clippers on the inside 24-4. Tony Paker led the Spurs with 22 points, scoring 14 of them during the second half.

12 - San Antonio had a total of 12 steals compared to only seven by Los Angeles.

11 - The Spurs took care of the basketball, commiting just 11 turnovers, while the Clippers had 18.

 7 - The Clippers had seven block shots, three coming from Kenyon Martin, the Spurs had a total of three blocks as a team.

 1 - Blake Griffin had 20 points for the Clippers but had only one rebound in 37 minutes of play.

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