The San Antonio Spurs used a strong 4th quarter to put away the Memphis Grizzlies on the road by the final of 95-79.
It's the Spurs' fourth win in a row, improving their record to 15-7.
LaMarcus Aldridge led all scorers with 22 points. Rudy Gay chipped in 18 while Manu Ginobili (11) and Patty Mills (10) also scored in double digits.
Ginobili became just the sixth player in NBA history to put up a line of at least 10 points, five rebounds and five assists after their 40th birthday. Manu finished with 11 points, 7 rebounds, and six assists with an astonishing plus-minus ratio of +30 on the night.
Only three Grizzlies scored in double figured with Marc Gasol leading the team with 16 points.
The Spurs play next on Sunday against the Oklahoma City Thunder before coming back to San Antonio for a three-game homestand starting Monday against the Detroit Pistons.
The finale of that homestand, against the Boston Celtics, will be broadcast on KENS 5 on Friday, December 8.