Tiago Splitter had 21 points and 10 rebounds, and the host San Antonio Spurs snapped the Oklahoma City Thunder's five-game winning streak with a 105-93 victory Monday night.

Kawhi Leonard scored 17 points, Danny Green had 16, and Tim Duncan finished with 13 as San Antonio (49-15) rebounded from its second-worst home loss ever to maintain the Western Conference's top record. Spurs reserves outscored their counterparts 34-16.

"We had a lot of great play from the bench," Duncan said. "That second squad came in there and kind of changed the tempo and took control of the game."

Kevin Durant had 26 points and Russell Westbrook added 25 for Oklahoma City (47-17), which lost its sixth straight in San Antonio. Serge Ibaka was the only other player in double figures, adding 13 points and 16 rebounds.

San Antonio's defense was the difference, turning an evenly matched battle into its third victory in four games without Tony Parker. The All-Star point guard is going to miss three more weeks with a sprained left ankle.

The Spurs lost 136-106 to Portland on Friday night.

Jazz 103, Pistons 90: Mo Williams scored 20 points, Al Jefferson had 16, and Utah snapped a four-game losing streak with a victory over Detroit in Salt Lake City. The Jazz moved into a tie with the idle Los Angeles Lakers for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. Utah had dropped seven of eight overall.

Nuggets 108, Suns 93: Kosta Koufos scored a career high 22 points on 10-of-11 shooting, mostly from point-blank range, and Denver ran its winning streak to nine games with a victory in Phoenix.


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Cavaliers: Kyrie Irving might miss the rest of the season with a sprained left shoulder, the latest injury to sideline Cleveland's All-Star guard. Irving got hurt in a loss at Toronto on Sunday night, when he collided with Raptors rookie forward Jonas Valanciunas while trying to drive the baseline in the third quarter.

Clippers: The team announced that small forward Caron Butler has a strained left elbow and will be out "approximately a week."

The Los Angeles Times contributed to this report.