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Leonard opens series with ferocious flush

Game 1's opening points set the tempo for the rest of the game as Kawhi Leonard threw down an impressive dunk.

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Durant not in sharing mood after Game 1

Kevin Durant was asked how he felt after getting blown out by the Spurs, and he started his response by simply saying: "I'm not telling you.”

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Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant on his emotions after Game 1: "I'm not telling you." Why? "Because it's over with.

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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony Parker is the fourth player in the last 30 postseasons to dish at least 12 assists while scoring 2 points or fewer, according to ESPN Stats and Information. He was definitely a facilitator tonight.

Aldridge puts on a shooting clinic

Here are all 18 of LaMarcus Aldridge's field goals in Game 1, where he scored 38 points to spur San Antonio to a 32-point win over the Thunder.

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Spurs drop 43 on Thunder in first quarter

San Antonio shot an amazing 18-of-22 from the field to take a 23-point lead in the opening quarter.

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Spurs led by as many as 43 in Game 1. It's the 1st time in the Popovich era the Spurs led a playoff game by 40 or more points.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Pop just said the Spurs had a great night and OKC just flat out had a bad night.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs rout Thunder 124-92 in NBA West Semis opener. The ViewFromVegas is they also covered as 6.5-point home faves & the game went over 200.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs cruise to a 124-92 over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals. San Antonio led by as many as 43 tonight, marking the first time in the Pop era the Spurs led a playoff game by 40 points or more, according to ESPN Stats and Information.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Game 1 goes to the Spurs, and it was in emphatic, convincing fashion, 124-92. They overwhelmed the Thunder from tipoff, getting everything they wanted on offense and suffocating to normally high octane Thunder offense. Aldridge and Leonard combined for 63 on 28-36 shooting. Westbrook and Durant had 30 on 11-34.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

So we're starting the fourth quarter…STARTING, and the Spurs lead 105-66. LaMarcus Aldridge has 38 points, his most since February, while Kawhi Leonard has 25 and Danny Green has 18 on 5-of-6 shooting from deep. The Spurs are shooting 68.3 percent as a team, while OKC is at 39.4 percent.