NBA Recap: Spurs run winning streak to 16 straight

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Spurs 133, Nuggets 102

Marco Belinelli led the Spurs with 27 points, as they extended their winning streak to 16 games, and closed in on the top seed in the western conference. 

The Spurs have the best record in the NBA, leading Oklahoma City by three games, with 10 games to go, and are inching closer to the seventh number one seed of the Tim Duncan-Gregg Popovich era.

Duncan had 20 points and eight rebounds in the win. 

For Denver, Kenneth Faried ah 18 points and 13 rebounds, for his thrid consecutive double double.

Faried has been hot this month, averaging 19.4 points and 9.7 rebounds od 57 percent shooting in March.

The 133 points are the most the Spurs have scored in a game this season.

Suns 112, Knicks 88

Goran Dragic had 32 points and Miles Plumlee added 11 points and 12 boards in the easy win for the Suns, who have won six in a row, and jumped a game ahead of Dallas for the eight and final playoff spot in the western conference.

Eric Bledsoe had 16 points and seven assists for Phoenix. 

Carmelo Anthony had 21 points to lead the Knicks, and Amar'e Stoudemire added 19 points.

The Knicks have won seven of their last 10 games, but remain two games back of Atlanta for the final playoff spot in the east. 

Warriors 100, Grizzlies 93

Stephen Curry has 33 points, and knocked down five three-pointers in the win.

Curry added eight assists.

Marreese Speights added 15 for the Warriors, who currently sit sixth in the western conference playoff seeding.

For Memphis, Zach Randolph had 21 points and seven rebounds. Memphis is a half game ahead of Dallas for eighth in the west playoff race.

New York Knicks
Golden State Warriors
Phoenix Suns
San Antonio Spurs
Memphis Grizzlies
NBA Playoffs
Tim Duncan
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