The Warriors got some potentially disturbing news about Andrew Bogut on Friday, suited up in disturbingly loud jerseys for a national TV game, and then disturbed the historical landscape of the Western Conference.

Jarrett Jack ended the debate about the league's best sixth man with 30 points and 10 assists, and David Lee had a 20-20 night as the Warriors got a determined 107-101 overtime victory over San Antonio in front of an ESPN audience and Oracle Arena's 16th consecutive sellout crowd.

"It was just a beautiful win for us," coach Mark Jackson said. "We had every opportunity to hang our heads and fold the tent. We had fought a good fight, and for some that would have been enough. For us, we continued to battle and got an incredible win."

The Warriors trailed by 13 points with 8:43 remaining in regulation, but they scrapped on defense and sprinted in transition until they eventually found a way to beat the Spurs for the first time since January 2008.