Parker (26 points), Ginobili (24, 10 assists) and Green (24, six 3-pointers) led an unrelenting offensive assault as the Spurs shot a sizzling 60 percent from the field on their way to a Game 5 victory.
After trading baskets with the Heat to begin the game, Parker netted six straight points to ignite a 15-2 run ending the first period and the Spurs were rarely challenged after that.
Kahwi Leonard (16 points, eight rebounds, three steals) punctuated the run with a 3-pointer for the top-seeded Spurs, who marked their last home game of the season with a resounding win and pushed Miami to the brink of elimination.
The Heat will try to extend its season at home in Tuesday's Game 6.
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