SAN ANTONIO (AP) — If the Western Conference finals seem the slightest bit over after two San Antonio wins, hold that thought for a minute.

The Spurs have been here before and don’t feel at all comfortable with a 2-0 lead. And if there’s any team that’s not fazed by such a hole, it’s the Memphis Grizzlies.

With the series shifting to Tennessee for Game 3 on Saturday, it’s just starting to get interesting.

Tony Parker had 15 points and a career playoff-high 18 assists, Tim Duncan scored San Antonio’s first six points of overtime and the Spurs bounced back after squandering a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter to beat the Grizzlies 93- 89 on Tuesday night.

“I think everybody understands that we haven’t done anything yet,” Parker said. “We just protected our home court.”

After outplaying the Grizzlies by a wide margin for the first seven quarters, the Spurs showed a little weakness while letting Memphis finish regulation on a 15-2 run.