The reigning Finals MVP equalled his career-high for scoring with 26 points and also grabbed a career-high seven steals as the Spurs extended their own hot streak to seven games.
In the day's first game, MVP candidates James Harden and Russell Westbrook went toe to toe and it was Harden's Houston Rockets that came through Westbrook's Oklahoma City Thunder in a high-scoring affair.
The duo both entered the game averaging a league-high 27.5 points and put on a show, with Harden dropping 41 points and Westbrook adding his 11th triple-double of the season (40 points, 13 assists, 11 rebounds).
The early showdown at Chesapeake Energy Arena was followed by another heavyweight matchup as two of the favourites to win the Eastern Conference did battle, and it was the Cleveland Cavaliers who came through over the Chicago Bulls.
LeBron James had his first triple-double (20 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists) since returning to Cleveland as the Cavs won for the 18th consecutive time at home.
The small-forward has recovered from a gruesome broken leg suffered eight months ago and scored 13 points in 15 minutes of action as Indiana drew level with the Heat, who have lost four in a row, at 34-43, one game behind the Boston Celtics in eighth.
The Lakers were in danger of also scoring their lowest ever NBA total, but managed to surpass 70 points in the final minutes as the Clippers continued their charge towards the top three in the West.
Rodney Hood scored 13 of his season-high 25 points in the fourth quarter to help the visiting Jazz pull away at Sleep Train Arena.
Results in full: Houston Rockets 115-112 Oklahoma City Thunder, Chicago Bulls 94-99 Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat 89-112 Indiana Pacers, Golden State Warriors 92-107 San Antonio Spurs, Philadelphia 76ers 91-101 New York Knicks, Utah Jazz 101-95 Sacramento Kings, Los Angeles Clippers 106-78 Los Angeles Lakers