It's almost time for pivotal Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Can the Spurs push the Heat to the brink in the final game in San Antonio, or will the Heat grab the stranglehold before the series shifts back to Miami?
And what will Dwyane Wade do for an encore? His 32-point, six-steal night along with LeBron James, who had 33 points after playing "like sh*t" in Game 3, sparked the Heat to a 109-93 win over the Spurs Thursday night, tying the Finals 2-2.
"He was Flash tonight," James said, after Wade turned back the clock with a vintage 2006 performance, FOX Sports Florida's Chris Tomasson writes , despite "playing on a bum knee" as James acknowledged.
I thought all you people said Wade is old. Only a real champion will fight. Wade shut them and get that new money !!!!
-- Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace) June 14, 2013 Tip is at 5 p.m. Come back then for all the latest and best from the game.