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The San Antonio Spurs have to be one of the deepest teams in the NBA. Many of their bench player's could be in the starting line-up on most teams in the league.

The Spurs, broke out all of their weapons on Thursday night and sank the Clippers 105-88 in Game 2 of the Western Conference Semi-Finals.

Tony Parker, celebrating his 30th birthday, came out and took control of the game, scoring 22 points, to lead the Spurs to 2-0 series lead. With the win, S.A extended their winning streak to sixteen in a row dating back to the regular season.

The series moves to L.A. for back-to-back games starting Saturday, at the Staples Center.