The NBA Finals is headed to game 3 with the series all knotted up. Both teams are going to be hungry to take the third game of the series, as with the 2-3-2 format, the game 3 winner has gone onto win every NBA Finals, except one time. The lone team to win game 3 and lose the series was the 2011 Miami Heat.
In order to win game 3, the Heat will need force the issue and get the Spurs to turn the ball over 15+ times for the Heat to have a great chance of pulling off a game 2-like win.
The Miami Heat evened things up with a commanding Game 2 win. Our 5-on-5 crew breaks down the blowout and looks ahead to Game 3 in San Antonio.
Miami Heat’s split personality adds intrigue to NBA Finals | Sun-Sentinel
Your guess is as good as anything LeBron James can muster.
Which Miami Heat team will show up Tuesday for Game 3 of the NBA Finals? The one that looked tired, old and somehow boring in a Game 1 loss to San Antonio? Or the one that rode a 33-5 second-half run to an easy 103-84 Game 2 victory Sunday?
Eva Longoria taunt shut down by Miami Heat | Miami Herald
Somebody brought Heat fans the heads of Eva Longoria for Sunday’s Game 2 of the NBA Finals. Then, security collected those heads after a few minutes.
The Miami Heat managed to even their NBA Finals series against the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday night, but while the players currently on the roster are preparing for Game 3 this week, a guy not on the roster is already lobbying to be there when the 2013-14 season begins. The NBA Teammate of the Year and current free agent Chauncey Billups said on Sunday that he wants to join the Miami Heat next year.
Heat get their own D-League team | NBC Sports
The Miami Heat surely have designs of contending for championships for the next several years, even though LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh can each become free agents in any of the next three offseasons after this one. Of course, the Heat plan to keep all three, and at this point, losing them would be so devastating, Miami should plan as if all three will stick around.