The rain outside contributed to the crowd, Tim Duncan, and Tony Parker being late to the arena Tuesday night for Game 3 of the NBA Finals. That same rain appeared to inspire a couple of their teammates to make it rain inside the arena on the Heat.
Danny Green and Gary Neal combined for 13 three-pointers to lead the Spurs over the Heat in a record setting blowout win, 113-77.
After getting blown out in Game 2 by 19 points the Spurs certainly made a statement of their own with a 36 point win, the largest post season deficit in franchise history for the Heat. It came largely off of a record setting performance by the Spurs.
With Gary Neal and Danny Green leading the way San Antonio hit an NBA Finals record 16 three-pointers.
The game wasn't won completely from behind the arc of course. San Antonio's defense did a great job of taking LeBron James out of the game forcing him to miss 11 of his first 14 shots, and holding him to just four points in the first half.