Heat vs. Spurs: 3 Burning Questions For Game 2

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Jun 7, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade during practice at the American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

3.  Give me one bold prediction.

Justen: Chris Bosh records a double-double with 25 points and 12 boards.

Kris:  After sitting out Game 7 against Indiana, and most of Game 1, Shane Battier gets a big uptick in minutes for Game 2, and hits a few threes.

DJ: I think the Heat adjust accordingly and defend the Spurs well enough to win this game. The Heat are never gonna be a team that flat-out dominates opponents like they should based upon the talent that they have on the roster. But they always play to their fullest potential when their backs are against the wall.

Ehsan:  Dwyane Wade scores 30+ and reaches the free throw line 10+ times (like he used to).

Eric: We all know LeBron is going to get his. Dwyane Wade looked promising last game with his 17 points.Chris Bosh is the key. He goes for 20 and 8 tonight and helps the Heat even up the series. I’m putting my faith in Bosh.

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