Heat vs. Spurs: NBA Finals Game 2 Preview

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Jun 9, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; General view of the Miami Heat logo on the court during the first quarter of game two of the 2013 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs at the American Airlines Arena. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Here’s everything you need to know for Game 2:

“The story of this game was the Spurs’ execution in the 4th quarter, and the lack of said execution for the Heat. Miami committed multiple turnovers in the last 7 minutes that helped the Spurs distance themselves.” 

“I don’t know why the Miami Heat can’t win Game 1 and Game 2.  Somehow, the Heat are allergic to defending home court — I mean, the last time the Heat won both Game 1 and Game 2 was against the Milwaukee Bucks, a team that had a losing regular season record.”

“I still say in Heat in 6. But if the Heat lose Game 2, my predictions will change. Remember, the Heat were down 0-2 in the 2006 NBA Finals before winning it in six games. They were also down 0-1 to the Thunder in last year’s Finals before winning it in five games.”

“And so the question of “Can Lebron win the Big One?” continued for the following five years until he finally came out on top as a member of the Miami Heat in the 2012 NBA Finals.”

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