One good blowout deserves another. After The Miami Heat bounced back in game two of The NBA Finals with a 103 to 84 beat down, The Spurs and their sharp-shooting supporting cast gave the defending champs a 113-77 drubbing in Texas Tuesday night.
Spurs Danny Green and Gary Neal combined to drain thirteen 3-pointers and lead all scorers, while The Heat’s “Big 3” could only manage 43 points between them.
“Honestly, I just have to play better,” said James, who only had 4 points in the first half. “I can’t have a performance like tonight and expect to win.”
Heat fans have one glimmer of hope. Spurs All-Star Tony Parker went to the locker room in the third quarter to have his hamstring evaluated. He will have an MRI on Wednesday and is questionable for game 4.
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