The game was close until San Antonio reeled off the final 12 points of the first quarter, keyed by Bogans' 3-pointer and Antonio McDyess' buzzer-beating jumper, which gave the Spurs a 33-19 lead.
The Clippers used back-to-back treys from Eric Gordon to pull to within 39-35 late in the second quarter but Parker's jumper capped a subsequent 6-point run by San Antonio, which posted a 57-46 edge at halftime.
Chris Kaman led Los Angeles with 23 points and 15 rebounds and Rasual Butler scored 18 points off the bench.
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