2013 NBA Finals

San Antonio, TX

Tony Parker scored 26 points while Manu Ginobili and Danny Green added 24 each as the San Antonio Spurs unleashed a 21-2 run in the second half en route to a 114-104 win over the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals at the AT&T Center.

Parker went 10-for-14 from the field with five assists while Ginobili, in his first start this year, finished 8-for-14 with 10 assists for the Spurs, who have a chance to clinch their fifth crown with a victory in Game 6 in Miami.

Green made six triples, Duncan added 17 points and 12 boards while Kawhi Leonard displayed an all-around performance, tallying 16 points, seven rebounds, eight assists and three steals as San Antonio shot 60 percent overall from the field.

Green is now shooting 25-for-38 from behind the arc in the Finals, with those 25 threes surpassing Ray Allen's old Finals record of 22.

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade scored 25 points each, Allen added 21 off the bench and Chris Bosh had 16 for the Heat, who went 37-for-86 from the field for 43 percent.

The Spurs led by 61-52 at the break but the Heat cut the deficit to 75-74 with three minutes left in the third period.

Then, Green sparked the breakaway with a three-pointer while Ginobili scored seven of the Spurs' last nine points in the quarter for an 87-75 advantage.

The Spurs continued their run in the fourth, dropping a 9-2 blast behind five points by Leonard to take a 96-76 lead with 9:12 left in the game.

The Heat slowly eroded San Antonio's lead behind the hot shooting of Allen, who scored 13 points to bring Miami to within 109-101 with 1:37 remaining.

However, Parker scored on a layup and Green capped another outstanding shooting performance with a triple for a 114-101 advantage.








Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili shine as Spurs take Game 5