SAN FRANCISCO—Wednesday’s game between the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs might be a preview of the Western Conference Final, with both teams fighting for the #1 seed and home court advantage. All eyes were on the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors as they battled at the AT&T Center.

The most intriguing game of the night between both first rate teams brought tons of fans to see the game at Little Woodrow, a sport bars in San Antonio.

The Golden State Warriors are down to their biggest game of the season. Taking on the proud San Antonio Spurs. They needed this win to keep up with the Golden Sates Warriors for the top seed, in the Western Conference as the playoffs are getting closer.

With the first and second quarter of the game, San Antonio dominated the field with their defense. Taking the lead with 23-5 over Golden State, with Draymond Green and Klay Thompson remaining scoreless. Steph Curry scored 5 points. For the first 12 minutes of the game, it looked like the Warriors could be in serious trouble. After all, they only scored 17 points in the first quarter.

However, during the third quarter right out of the gate, the Warriors took control of the ball game. Gaining their first lead of the game, 62-57. The Spurs had difficulty scoring with the Warriors who had a large margin lead. San Francisco News spoke to a native from San Jose, California about the game.

“I moved to San Antonio from work about a year and a-half ago. Obviously born and raised a Golden State Warriors fan. But being in the middle of San Antonio the heart of Texas home of the Spurs. I respect the organization for everything they have done over the past 20 years but I’m still a Warriors fan. However i really do enjoy robbing it in to all the Spurs fan every time I’m out here at Little Woodrow,” said Patric Pethol.

In conclusion there is no denying that the Golden State controlled the second half of the game defeating the Spurs  110-98. Curry finished the night with 29 points and 11 assists, and Thompson chipped in 23 points of his own.