The Miami Heat have not lost back-to-back games since January 10, 2013. So a betting person, even won rooting for The Spurs, had to put money on “The Heatles” bouncing back after their loss in game one of the finals. On the way to a decisive 103 to 84 win there were lots of lead changes and one really posterizing highlight.
The Heat were on an epic run in the fourth quarter leading the Spurs 86 to 67 when San Antonio’s Tiago Splitter went up for what should have been an easy two points in the paint. However, LeBron James was feeling froggy and got one of his three blocks on the night sending the ball back to Splitter’s native Brazil.
The series goes to Texas now tied one a piece with game three being played on Tuesday night.