Thompson, Warriors pull away for 2-0 edge on Spurs
Thompson made both foul shots, then hit a jumper five seconds later to complete what amounted to a four-point play.
When the All-Star connected again from the perimeter two possessions later, the Warriors had their biggest lead of the game to that point, 88-77 with 10:26 to go.
Consecutive 3-pointers by Green and Quinn Cook allowed Golden State to extend its lead to 15 before the West’s No. 2 seed coasted home.
Durant hit 10 of his 19 field-goal attempts and went 9-for-10 at the foul line for the Warriors, who outshot the Spurs 52.6 percent to 41.2 percent.
Thompson bombed in five 3-pointers and Andre Iguodala added four, helping Golden State outscore San Antonio 45-12 from beyond the arc. The Warriors made 15 of their 31 3-point attempts, while the Spurs shot just 4-for-28.
Iguodala finished with 14 points, while JaVale McGee and David West added 10 apiece for Golden State, which won its 11th consecutive home playoff game.
Aldridge, held to 14 points in Game 1, rebounded with 11-for21 shooting and 12-for-12 accuracy from the foul line.
Patty Mills had 21 points, Rudy Gay and Gasol 12 apiece, and Manu Ginobili 10 for the Spurs, who had the worst road record in the regular season among all the playoff teams.