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San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker put on a show to net 37 points on Monday to close out the Memphis Grizzlies 93-86.

Parker got off to a quick start generating nine points in the first quarter to help the Spurs take an early 10 point lead.

Tim Duncan had a strong night for the Spurs as well. His 15 points, eight boards and four rejections played a big part in punching their ticket to their first NBA Finals appearance since 2007.

Throughout the series, Memphis played the Spurs tough but simply did not get the breaks.

Video: San Antonio Spurs Tony Parker cuts up the Grizzlies.

Video: Kawhi Leonard dunks on the baseline

Video: Tim Duncan leads the San Antonio Spurs

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