Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili were rested, and three other key players missed nearly 80 percent of their shots. And still the Spurs beat Golden State handily, 99-90, to extend their NBA-best win streak to 13 games Saturday in Oakland.

The Spurs (53-16) raced out to an early 15-point advantage, then steadily pulled away after briefly conceding the lead in the third quarter. Danny Green had two of his five 3-pointers during a 10-0 run after Golden State had pulled within four early in the fourth.

Green had nine of his 18 in the fourth as the Spurs survived despite shooting just 39.3 percent. Boris Diaw (2 for 14), Kawhi Leonard (5 for 14) and Patty Mills (1 for 9) all struggled. But the Spurs still had five scorers in double-figures, led by 20 from Tony Parker. Tiago Splitter added 17 points and 14 rebounds as the Spurs improved to 29-0 when he scores at least seven.

Golden State (44-27) lost to the Spurs for the second time at home this season despite Duncan and Ginobili having missed both, and Parker skipping the first. They outshot the Spurs at 40.3 percent, but made only three 3s and committed 18 turnovers.