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                   === Spurs continue dominance over Nets ===
 San Antonio, TX ( - Tony Parker scored 18 points to lead six
 San  Antonio players in double figures as the Spurs crushed the Brooklyn Nets,
 113-92, from AT&T Center.
 Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili scored 15 points apiece, while Tiago Splitter and
 Patty Mills each chipped in with 12 points in the win.
 Marco  Belinelli  finished with 10 points  on an efficient 4-of-6 shooting for
 San  Antonio, which  won its sixth straight over Brooklyn and 11th straight at
 home against the itinerant Nets.
 "Certainly,  when you have a (big) lead, it's probably a little bit tougher to
 focus, but I feel we did that pretty well," said Spurs coach Gregg Popovich.
 Mason Plumlee and Shaun Livingston each scored 15 points off the bench for the
 Nets,  who have  lost six of their  last seven contests. Plumlee also added 13
 rebounds in the setback.
 Joe  Johnson made  a layup to make it  4-3 in favor of the Nets when the Spurs
 went  on  a 17-2 run which  was capped by  a jumper at  the top of the key for
 Duncan with 5:35 left in the opening quarter.
 Five Spurs contributed to the run and Duncan led the charge with six points.
 The  Nets  stormed back and  trimmed the deficit to  six, 24-18, after an Alan
 Anderson  triple with  just under  three to  play in  the first.  San Antonio,
 however,   pushed  the   lead  back  to  double  digits,  30-20,  at  the  end
 of the quarter.
 The  Spurs lead was 42-32 when Danny Green and Parker opened and closed a 10-0
 run  with  back-to-back shots from  long range to push  the edge to 52-32 with
 2:54 left in the second stanza.
 Splitter  tipped in a  Kawhi Leonard miss with 0.2 seconds left in the half to
 give the Spurs a commanding 59-36 lead heading into the locker room.
 Mills  and Ginobili personally  went on a 12-4 swing late in the third quarter
 and  Mills  capped the  run  with  a triple  to  extend  the margin  to  98-66
 with 10 seconds to play.
 The Spurs led by 30 going to the final frame and they eased off the gas in the
 fourth for the win, never leading by fewer than 19.
 "It's embarrassing," said Paul Pierce, who had 13 points in the loss. "I don't
 know  if I've been  a part of this many blowouts in one season. At some point,
 we better have our pride."
                                  Game Notes
 The  Spurs  have won 24-of-27  over the Brooklyn  franchise dating back to the
 2003 NBA  Finals  ... San Antonio shot  40-for-78 (51.3 percent) ... The teams
 were  tied  46  apiece scoring  in  the  paint  ...  Anderson also  scored  13
 points in the loss.
 01/01 00:09:12 ET