The Spurs (13-1) had seven players in double figures, four from the bench. Ginobili led the way with 16 points. Belinelli and point guard Tony Parker each scored 14, reserve forward Boris Diaw added 13, reserve guard Patty Mills 12, center Tiago Splitter 11 and forward Tim Duncan 10.
"We have a deep team. We're moving the ball and we're making shots," Ginobili said of the Spurs, who are off to their best start since 2010-11. "The last five games we made a ton of shots. And we're playing focused. We got 10 players that play every game, and we're all concentrated and we're hustling and getting hands on loose ball and stuff. Offensively we are just moving the ball, attacking quick and finding open teammates."
SAN ANTONIO used a surgical offense that moved the ball around the floor, collecting 30 assists on 44 field goals while shooting 54.3 percent. For the second game in a row, the Spurs built a 32-point lead; Mills' jump shot made it 101-69 with nine minutes left.
"They've proven that they bring that energy and they really change the pace of the game when they get in there. They've been great all season long," he said. "We sit there and we're excited for them."
"Their defense was sound," Pelicans coach Monty Williams said. "They contested a lot of shots, but I thought we were not as strong at the basket tonight. I thought we were flipping shots at the rim as opposed to going to the rim strong."
The Spurs made their first run early, when Ginobili connected on consecutive 3-point shots. The shots ignited an 11-0 first-quarter surge that put the Spurs up 21-10. SAN ANTONIO hit four 3-pointers in the quarter. Ginobili hit four of fiv 3-point attempts in the game.
"That's a good team over there," New Orleans center Jason Smith said. "SAN ANTONIO is a playoff-tested team, a Finals-tested team. We want to get to that level. We're still learning. We have to fine-tune some things, but tonight we just didn't have it."
NOTES: The Spurs' bench entered Monday averaging 42.4 points, fourth in the NBA, and the SAN ANTONIO reserves led the league with 11.2 assists a game. ... Pelicans coach Monty Williams has strong ties to SAN ANTONIO. He played for the Spurs from 1995 to 1998 and returned to the organization as a coaching intern during the 2004-05 seasons. ... New Orleans began play ranked third in the NBA in steals, averaging 9.75 per game. The Pelicans grabbed 11 steals against the Spurs. ... SAN ANTONIO G Tony Parker and F Tim Duncan are the active leaders for most wins as teammates. They have 604 victories spanning 12 seasons, fourth in the NBA history.