Game Two was the kind of game good teams have nightmares about. The defense and principals of a team break down and it leads to an onslaught of highlights and talk that makes a player and a team doubt itself. Especially when the stakes are so high. The only thing a team can do to fight all this off is to respond the next time out.
San Antonio HAD to respond the next time out and prove the Heat were not this juggernaut the media sometimes make them out to be and would get the simple waltz to a second straight title. This was still their series and they still had home-court advantage.
Now it is Miami's turn to have nightmares and scratch their heads a bit more. What San Antonio did to Miami in Game Three was much more clinical and much more devastating it seemed than Game Two. Questions abound now heading into Game Four.
The Spurs made an NBA Finals record 16 3-pointers (on 32 attempts!) and gave no mercy or end to the shooting onslaught as the Heat struggled even to get into th...