NBA Finals

NBA Finals: Miami Heat at San Antonio Spurs

Cory Joseph and Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs bounced back from the game 2 humiliation the Heat handed them, with a dominant performance in game 3. The Heat were only down six at halftime, but the second half was a different ballgame. James had an off night, much of which was caused by his defender, and ended with only 15 points. San Antonio had a brilliant shooting night, as they hit 50% from beyond the arc. That's great shooting when you take five to  six shots, but it is phenomenal considering the Spurs shot 32 three-pointers. San Antonio won't shoot that well again, but even with an average shooting night, the Heat will have to step up on both ends of the floor to have a chance at an even series before heading back to Miami.


  • Norris-cole-of-the-miami-heat._article_story_main
  • Norris-cole-of-the-miami-heat._article_story_main
  • Tony-parker-of-the-san-antonio-spurs._article_story_main
  • Gregg-popovich-and-manu-ginobili-of-the-san-antonio-spurs._article_story_main
  • Lebron-james-of-the-miami-heat_article_story_main
  • Nbafinals_061014_tiagosplitter_1200_article_story_main

Venue Information

  • AT&T Center
  • 1 AT&T Center Pkwy
  • San Antonio TX 78219

More Details

Released - Thursday, June 13 , 2013 at 9:00 PM Local Time
Official Website
TV Network - ABC