SAN ANTONIO What happened: Miamis Big Three are back.
At least they were Thursday night
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh had their best combined outing in awhile. It came when the Heat were in dire need of a victory, and they got one at the AT&T Center. The 109-93 triumph tied the NBA Finals 2-2.
James had 33 points, Wade had 32 and Bosh had 20 points and 13 rebounds as the Heat made up for an embarrassing 113-77 loss in Tuesdays Game 3. They assured that the series will return to Miami for a Game 6 next Tuesday.
With James having struggled offensively, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra shook up his lineup by starting swingman Mike Miller over power forward Udonis Haslem. The thinking was to spread out the floor due to having another shooter on the floor in Miller.
The move actually didnt end up making that much of a difference. The Heat fell behind 15-5 to start the game and Miller finished with night scoreless.
What made the difference was the grit of the Big Three. The...