Heat vs. Spurs: 3 Burning Questions For Game 2

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Jun 6, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) grabs a rebound between San Antonio Spurs power forward Tim Duncan (21) and Kawhi Leonard (2) in the fourth quarter during game one of the 2013 NBA Finals at the American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

1.  Which Spurs player scares you the most?

Justen: It has to be Tony Parker. He’s the best point guard in the NBA, plain and simple.

Kris: Danny Green. It’s an unconventional answer, but his three point shooting was HUGE in Game 1. Miami’s blitzing defense leaves him open due to rotations and he has the ability to make the Heat pay.

DJ: Tony Parker. The entire Spurs offense runs through him. He’s shown his ability and quality all season long, and he did it again in Game 1 – which is the reason why the Heat are currently in a 0-1 hole in the first place.

Ehsan: Tony Parker. The Heat have no answer for him at point guard and he was the best player on the court throughout Game 1. Asking LeBron James to guard him all game might even be a task that is too much for the King himself. Hopefully, Parker cools himself down, otherwise he’ll make that Heat’s task that more difficult.

Eric: Tony Parker is a nightmare. He’s an extremely talented point guard and serves as an extension to Greg Popovich schemes. If we can contain Parker, not allow him to disrupt the defense and get in the lane, the Heat will win this series.


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