After not being in their zone in Game 3, Miami’s Big 3, LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade again proved their dominance and superstar capabilities. With their combined 85 points, the 3 have propelled the Heat their win at 109-93 to tie the series 2-2.
Yes, we can call it a revenge of the Texas massacre in Game 3 (after loosing big in Game 3) and it’s a sweet revenge as the Heat’s lead players really put their best efforts today to get the win.
James led the Heat with his 33 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists. He is followed by D. Wade with 332-6-4 (points-rebounds-assists) and Chris Bosh with a total of 20 points 13 rebounds and 1 assist. Although Spurs is up in terms of 3pts field goals at 50% compared to Heat’s 33.3%, coach Spoe’s men leads FGs% and FTs% at 52.9% and 88.2% respectively compared to Spurs’ 44.3% and 74.2% respectively.
In terms of the Spurs shooting, it was Tim Duncan who leads with 20 points, 5 rebounds and 1 assist. Spurs superstar Tony Parker who is injured with sprain contributed 15 points, 4 rebounds and 9 assists. Game 3 heroes, Danny Green and Gary Neil, has 10 and 13 points respectively where 9 points of it coming from 3-point shots.
Now that the series is tied, will Heat continue their tempo and win the Game 5? Will the Spurs permit a back-back win by the Heat in their hometown? Spurs has a record of not loosing in 2 straight games, will Game 5 change that record or will they pull out another murder win to take back the lead 3-2?
Game 5 is scheduled on Sunday June 16 8PM ET (Monday, June 17 Manila time) again at AT&T Center Arena in San Antonio, Texas.