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Oakland, CA (Sports Network) - The Golden State Warriors completed their own comeback Sunday to even the Western Conference semifinals at two games apiece.

With Stephen Curry limited due to an ankle injury, Harrison Barnes stepped up in Game 4 with 26 points and 10 rebounds as the Warriors controlled the San Antonio Spurs in overtime en route to a 97-87 win at a raucous Oracle Arena.

Jarrett Jack poured in 24 points and Curry still added 22 for the Warriors, who held a commanding 65-51 rebounding advance to overcome 18 turnovers.

Klay Thompson only had 10 points on 5-of-13 shooting but banked in a tying runner over Tim Duncan with 30 seconds left in regulation.

The Spurs missed their next eight shots after Thompson's bucket and shot just 36 percent overall, a number they'll hope to improve when they host Game 5 on Tuesday.

Duncan checked in with 19 points and 15 rebounds, Manu Ginobili had a team- high 21 points and Tony Parker added 17 despite a left calf injury.