San Antonio won their 11th straight at home and moved into fifth in the Western Conference following the Thunder's loss to Miami.
Golden State is only up one game on the Denver Nuggets for the top spot in the West, while San Antonio is a half game ahead of the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers for the final two playoffs spots. "The last couple of weeks, we have watch them compete defensively and they are hot right now".
"They haven't hesitated on pulling the trigger on the big fella and getting him involved in the action", Gaze said. "Just like, we know you set some hard screens so we're just going to blow one early".
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"Sometimes they just don't go in, but that wasn't really the story of the game", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
Bogut played for the Warriors from 2012 to 2016 and was a key member of Golden State's 2014-2015 championship team. After Curry's 61-footer silenced the crowd to close out the quarter, San Antonio responded with steady doses of Aldridge and Rudy Gay, taking a 58-47 lead at halftime.
Elsewhere, Nikola Jokic had 21 points and 13 rebounds and the Denver Nuggets punched their ticket to the postseason by rallying past the Boston Celtics 114-105.
Kyle Lowry posted 15 points before he was forced to leave the game with an ankle injury as the Toronto Raptors drubbed the New York Knicks 128-92.
"I just got to try to figure it out on the fly", Bogut said. Dallas rookie Luka Doncic turned in a triple-double of his own with 29 points, 13 boards and 10 assists, including the pass that put Nowitzki higher up in the record book.