Tim Duncan had seven points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, four blocked shots and three steals in 25 minutes. The Spurs chose to rest Duncan for the remainder of the game after the 38-year-old forward played the first 7 minutes of the second half.
Spurs: Marco Belinelli, who missed the eight previous games with a strained groin, got his second start of the season. He started 25 games last season. ... Parker entered shooting 13 for 19 on 3-pointers, which is the third best start after 12 games in league history. Parker's 68 percent shooting trails Philadephia's Aaron McKie (71 percent) in 2004 and Spurs teammate Austin Daye (69 percent), then with the Pistons in 2013. . G Patty Mills (right shoulder surgery) and G Cory Joseph (sprained left ankle) both sat out the game along with F Matt Bonner (stomach virus) and C Tiago Splitter (strained right calf).
Nets: F Andrei Kirilenko missed his second game for "personal reasons," according to the Nets. Brooklyn coach Lionel Hollins told reporters he did not know if Kirilenko will return. The veteran forward is reportedly unhappy about his lack of playing time. . F Kevin Garnett sat out the second game of a back-to-back. . Bogdanovic is the only rookie with two games of 20-plus points this season. . The Nets have not won a regular season game in San Antonio since a 92-86 victory on Jan. 22, 2002. The Nets did win Game 2 of the NBA Finals on June 6, 2003.
MVP: Deron Williams. He wasn't the leading scorer for Brooklyn, but Williams pitched in 16 points on 50 percent shooting and handed out eight assists against the Spurs.
X factor: Well, the Spurs were missing Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard and Boris Diaw. That was pretty key. Also, San Antonio shot under 40 percent from the field.
That was ... a solid Brooklyn win: We've seen plenty of teams underestimate the Spurs when San Antonio shows up with a skeleton crew. The Nets sputtered early but cruised in the fourth quarter to a big win.
From Elias: Tonight is the first time since March 2000 that the Nets have scored 100 points against the Spurs.
That snaps a 26-game streak in double digits, the fifth-longest in NBA history against a single opponent.