Miami heat vs san antonio spurs 2013 game 1

2014 NBA Finals

miami heat vs san antonio spurs 2013 game 1

San Antonio Spurs Vs Miami Heat June 6 2013 Game 1 Full Game Highlights NBA Finals 2013

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However, expect the Heat to come back strongly tonight, and they will be desperate not to fall down. Already this is a pivotal game in the series for both teams; if the Spurs can establish a lead, beating Miami twice on the road, then they will surely be huge favorites to win the title. However, if Miami can turn momentum back their way tonight they will have renewed confidence in the series as things go to San Antonio for Game 3. Game 1 was an extremely tight affair with the Spurs eventually winning through by a score of The Heat looked like they were in reasonable control for three quarters, but all credit to the Spurs, they never allowed Miami to pull away and create any kind of lead. Then as the game moved towards the climax, Tony Parker performed yet another master class to steal away the win. The Spurs will want their defense to keep up the intensity tonight; keeping the Heat to just 88 points was a major factor in them being able to win Game 1, and they must do the same tonight to have any chance of winning again.

Skip to main content. After drilling a crazy three at the third quarter buzzer, he carried over his momentum into the fourth with a a tough left-handed bank shot and a steal on DeMar DeRozan from behind shortly thereafter. In addition to that steal, Wade also had 11 points and two boards on the evening. Hassan Whiteside had some kind of first half. Seriously, it was ridiculous.

They did it with three-pointers, setting an NBA Finals record with 16 in the game. And they did it with an extended run, finishing the game on a tear after a tie at As such, the odds of the Spurs winning the fifth title they so desire turned in their favor yet again: In Finals in which the first two games are split, the Game 3 winner has gone on to win it all 12 out of 13 times. Game 4 is in San Antonio on Thursday. James, who had two points at the half when the Spurs led , missed 11 of his first 13 shots and finished with less than 20 points for the third consecutive game for the first time since the Finals loss to the Dallas Mavericks in that haunted him so. The Spurs are the ones haunting him now again.

San Antonio is making its fourth NBA Finals appearance in the last 11 years after ripping through the Memphis Grizzlies in four successive games. Led by Tony Parker and the ever-understated Duncan, the Spurs pulled off their second sweep of the playoffs and are now within reach of their fourth title of their Big Three era. Miami didn't have it so easy in its conference finals matchup. To the surprise of just about everyone, the Indiana Pacers forced the Heat to endure a grueling seven-game series after having won eight of their first nine playoff contests. This is South Beach's third consecutive Finals berth, and the reigning NBA champions hope to secure their second title since the dawn of their own Big Three. Can James and the Heat's new-school act dispose of Duncan, the Spurs and their still dominant old-school ways, or will San Antonio's experience prevail above all? The Spurs have already established themselves as a dynasty-caliber outfit, while the Heat are considered a dynasty-in-the-waiting.



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