Heat Grabs Victory Against San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of NBA Finals

10 June 2013

Miami Heat earned a victory against San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of NBA Finals ending in 103-84.

It was a night of frustration as LeBron didn’t placed his offense throughout the game. Yet his efforts on his defensive play lead Miami Heat to its victory, allowing them to recover from their first match.

James finished with 17 points, proving that Heat placed great focus on their defense for their second matchup with Spurs. The Heat’s defense caused Spurs to have 16 turnovers and a number of bad shots.

Bosh performed well during the game earning his best all-around game of 12 points and 10 rebounds. Wade finished with 10 points while Chris Andersen and Mike Miller finished with nine points each. Ray Allen earned Heat with 13 and Mario Chalmers finished with 19 points.

LeBron couldn’t quite get his pace early and the game. But the other guys were more than ready to step up.

With Game 3 looming, Spurs’ Tony Parker encourages his team to play better as all eyes are on them. They have to bounce back and let the fans know what their answer is to Heat’s victory.

One of the secrets to Heat’s success during Game 2 was their enduring review of the mistakes they committed during Game 1. And it all paid well with the addition of Tony Parker’s least than desirable performance in Game 2.