Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Spurs take care of business, take back homecourt in blowout win in Miami

The Spurs broke an NBA record with shooting 75.8% in the first half. They scored 71 points in the first half, and the Spurs never looked back. The Heat made a 3rd quarter run, and they pulled within 7 points after being down 25 points. It was a total team effort from the Spurs, but Kawhi Leonard scored a Finals career high 29 points in game three of the Finals.

James scored 22 points, and he was a -21 on the floor in game 3. I won't say much about his performance. He was good, but I'll let others say what they want about him. I picked the Spurs to win in 6, and the I wrote about the Heat probably winning this series after a huge game 2 win. But after tonight, the Spurs looked for real. That was the team that I thought would win this series. I'm just conflicted, but the Spurs have played some amazing basketball. The Heat cried all night, and they flopped all night. Props to the refs for not falling for everything.

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