Mavericks 113, Spurs 92: Monta Ellis led five players in double figures with 21 points as visiting Dallas pulled away in the second half to rout San Antonio and even the best-of-seven Western Conference series at a game apiece.Shawn Marion made his first seven shots en route to 20 points and Devin Harris produced 18 points in a reserve role for the Mavericks, who had lost 10 straight to San Antonio. Dirk Nowitzki recorded 16 points and Jose Calderon added 12 as Dallas - which hosts Game 3 on Saturday - scored 33 points on 24 turnovers by the sloppy Spurs.Manu Ginobili made 5-of-6 3-pointers on his way to 27 points in 23 minutes off the bench, but San Antonio's starters combined for just 41 points in the team's first home loss since Jan. 29. Tony Parker scored 12 points and Tim Duncan chipped in 11 and seven rebounds for the Spurs.Dallas led by as many as 15 points in the second quarter but Ginobili scored eight points in a 10-0 run that pulled San Antonio within 56-51 at halftime. Ginobili made all three of his 3-pointers in the third quarter but received little help from his teammates as the Mavericks stormed ahead, with Vince Carter's 3-pointer late in the period capping an 8-0 spurt to make it 84-69.Dallas kept coming in the fourth, pushing the lead over 20 points for the first time on a three-point play by Nowitzki with 9:27 left. Carter followed with a slam to make it 99-76 and San Antonio pulled its starters moments later.GAME NOTEBOOK: Spurs F Kawhi Leonard, who averaged 12.8 points during the regular season, had one basket and six points in 22 minutes. ... Dallas made 15-of-16 free throws and had 13 steals, while San Antonio finished 18-of-29 at the line and produced just one theft. ... Duncan had a basket on the first possession of the second half that was later taken away after a review showed that he did not beat the shot clock.