Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili made history on Wednesday night and helped the San Antonio Spurs to yet another convincing victory. San Antonio's Big 3 combined for 47 points to lead the Spurs to a 112-77 drubbing of the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals. Parker scored a game-high 22 points, Duncan went for 14 with 12 rebounds and Ginobili added 11 points off the bench in the blowout, as the Spurs leave the comfy confines of AT&T Center for Oklahoma City with a commanding 2-0 series lead. In league history, 94-percent of teams to open a seven-game set 2-0 have gone on to advance. The three longtime teammates also passed Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Michael Cooper as the all-time winningest trio in NBA playoff history, winning their 111th postseason game together. Duncan also racked up just under 29 minutes, passing Abdul-Jabbar for second most playoff minutes in league history in the process. Duncan is just 27 minutes back of Kobe Bryant's all-time mark of 8,641 and barring injury will pass him later in this series. Danny Green made 7-of-10 from 3-point range for the Spurs, who won Monday's Game 1, 122-105. While Serge Ibaka continues to be sidelined with a calf strain, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook didn't do nearly enough to make up for his absence. The MVP and his electric point guard netted just 15 points apiece on 16 and 24 shots, respectively. The other three OKC starters only scored four points between them. The Thunder led 26-24 after the first quarter but were outscored 88-51 the rest of the way.