Keldon Johnson, take a bow. The San Antonio Spurs wing crashed the glass at exactly the right time and scooped up the game-winning offensive rebound and putback for the 110-108 win over the Golden State Warriors.

Check out Keldon Johnson seal the Spurs victory:

Keldon Johnson didn’t have the best game based on the box score. He piled on 14 points, seven rebounds, and five assists, but was an inefficient 5-for-15 from the field. But he made the right play at exactly the right time for the Spurs.

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The loss was a tough one to swallow for the Warriors. The win seemed to be very much within reach despite playing without Stephen Curry, who is expected to miss several weeks and potentially the start of the NBA playoffs with injury.

They got 52 points and 10 threes combined from Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole, who picked up the slack in Stephen Curry’s absence. But it simply wasn’t enough as the rest of the Warriors largely struggles to keep pace with the well-balanced Spurs attack.

San Antonio had six players in double figures, led by Josh Richardson’s 25 points off the Spurs bench. Both teams still have some playoff implications to play for. The Spurs currently sit 2.5 games out of the 10th-placed Los Angeles Lakers. The Warriors, meanwhile, sit 1.5 games away from the Memphis Grizzlies for the 2-seed and just two games ahead of the fourth placed Utah Jazz.