The Spurs put seven players in double figures while expanding a 32-29 first-period lead to a 54-45 advantage at the break and a 103-80 bulge on Hill's free throw with 4:47 left in the fourth.
Tim Duncan scored 16 with seven rebounds, Manu Ginobli had 15 with six rebounds and six assists, and both Roger Mason and Richard Jefferson added 14 points and four assists for the Spurs, who avenged a 103-89 home loss to the Nuggets Jan. 31.
Nene led Denver with 20 points and nine rebounds.
Carmelo Anthony scored 19 with six rebounds, three assists and three steals, Chauncey Billups 17 with seven assists, and two others scored in double figures for the Nuggets, who have split their last four contests.
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