Lamarch Aldridge scored 22 points, including San Antonio's last seven, as Sparse broke a series of four games with a 108-107 victory over Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night.
Memphis Rangers Jared Jackson Jr. had the opportunity to tie the game with two free kicks with the second left. He missed the first one and, trying to miss the second one, pushed him, giving San Antonio the final possession to run the clock.
Memphis was headed by Avery Bradley's career 33, acquired by Los Angeles Clippers during the trade. Jonas Valancunius, also acquiring a trading term, had 23 points and 10 rebounds.
Patty Mills also scored 22 for San Antonio while Davis Berthans added 17, as the Spurs lived 3 points mostly at night, ending 13 out of 21 outside the rainbow.
Bradley's pair of baskets gave Memphis the lead at 102-101 at 3:50 on the left. Then the teams exchanged three of the lead before the completion of Aldridge's closing jump when he split a pair of free kicks with the remaining 51.1 seconds.
Jackson's last free hit provided the end result.
After fighting in the first quarter, San Antonio found his shot to wipe out the lead in Memphis, and from the middle of the third place, the Spurs had the advantage of double digits.
Memphis's free attack, led by Bradley's 16 points in the first quarter, returned to reality, and a series of 3-point Spurs wiped out early 13-point lead to Memphis.
Memphis managed to keep 58-57 points in half
Spurs: Rookie Lonnie Walker IV, who missed the previous two sparse right ankle games, was available, according to coach Greg Popovic, but not a game. In his second quarter rally, San Antonio contacted 14 of the first 20 shots in the frame. They gave 100 points in the last 17 games. The last time they had an opponent under 100, it was on January 9 in a 96-86 loss for Memphis.
Grizzlies: Launch of G Mike Conley is a late scratch with "illness". Delon Wright, acquired last Thursday, traded with Toronto Raptors, began at Conley's place. , Valanceyunas, also part of the Toronto trade, played his first game after his immigration status was cleared before Tuesday. Bradley's previous career was 32 on November 3, 2014 in Dallas when he was with Celtics.
Spurs: All-Star Break before they face raptors in Toronto on February 22.
Grizzlies: Travel to Chicago on Wednesday to play Bulls.