LOS ANGELES, April 9 (Ticker) -- In a game filled with clutch shots, big plays and enough twists and turns to satisfy a season-ticket holder, Robert Horry put an exclamation mark on a win by the San Antonio Spurs.

Horry buried a go-ahead 3-pointer in the closing seconds and then had a block on the other end to seal the Spurs' 125-124 double-overtime victory over the Los Angeles Clippers.

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The sequence allowed the Spurs to rebound from an embarrassing loss at Dallas on Thursday in dramatic fashion and maintain their four-game lead in the Southwest Division.

Los Angeles rookie Shaun Livingston scored eight of his season-high 18 points after regulation and gave his club a 124-122 lead with a layup with 32 seconds left.

San Antonio guard Tony Parker missed on the other end, but teammate Brent Barry won the scramble for the rebound and passed to Horry, who hit the decisive shot with 22 seconds to go.

Livingston, who forced the second overtime with a layup with 25 seconds to go in the first extra session, dribbled the clock down on the other end before penetrating and finding Mikki Moore underneath for what looked like an easy basket.

Horry swooped across the lane and made a clean block just before time expired, giving the Spurs their seventh straight win in the series.

San Antonio trailed by as many as 16 points in the first half and was down, 88-79, with less than nine minutes left in regulation before Manu Ginobili took over. The All-Star guard scored 17 of his 40 points in the final 8:22 of the fourth, including a three-point play with 15 seconds to go for a 105-103 lead.

Chris Kaman, who had missed the previous four games with a strained lower back, answered for the Clippers with seven seconds left to force overtime.

Ginobili scored the Spurs' last eight points in the first overtime while Livingston added six for the Clippers, who played the bulk of the extra sessions without Corey Maggette, Elton Brand and Chris Wilcox, who all fouled out.

Maggette led six players in double figures with 24 points and Kaman had 20 and 10 rebounds for Los Angeles, which was playing its first home game since March 25 and coming off a 2-5 road trip.