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The San Antonio Spurs responded to their Game 2 beatdown by distributing one of their own in Game 3.
During the second half of Game 3, the Miami Heat were lifeless as they watched the Spurs set an NBA Finals record for 3-point buckets with 16.
The 113-77 thrashing was spearheaded by big nights from both Danny Green and Gary Neal.
Green chalked up with 27 points while Neal contributed 24.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich turned the tables on the Heat stifling LeBron James to just 15 points as he shot only 33-percent.
Game 4 and Game 5 are in San Antonio. Miami needs to regroup for at least one more game to take this series back home.
The Spurs are now up 2-1.
Video: Spurs set NBA Finals 3-point record in Game 3
Video: Danny Green does it big in Game 3.
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During the 4th quarter of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, two things were trending worldwide on Twitter.
One was "LeBron's Game 3."
That's understandable. King James was flat out terrible Tuesday night.
The other..."Gary Neal."
Chances are, if you don't live near the Riverwalk, you are not very familiar with the Spurs guard.
But ... now you are...
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This time around, Metta decided to create a special hashtag for San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich called “#Popovichissosmart” and clearly, it’s the best hashtag that we here at That NBA Lottery Pick have seen in a long time.
It was not all that long ago when Danny Green was a street performer who had been afforded the privilege of wearing warm-ups clad with NBA team colors. Selected with the 46th-overall selection in 2009, Green, a four-year player at the University of North Carolina, was to provide depth for the Cleveland Cavaliers as a jack-of-all-trades type player; a kid who didn’t necessarily...
If you were told before Game 3 of the NBA Finals that Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker were going to combine for just 25 points in the contest, you would have thought the San Antonio Spurs lost, right? Well it turns out that good offensive games from those guys were not needed with [...]
“I think we played real solid defense” and “I can’t tell you that” were the two answers Gregg Popovich gave Doris Burke during an interview before the start of the 4th quarter of Game 2.
Between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat, there are anywhere from six to eight future Hall of Famers stepping on the court each night. LeBron James is the best player in the world. Tony Parker is the best playoff point guard since I’m not even sure who. Tim Duncan is the greatest power forward [...]The post This Really Happened: Gary Neal, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard and Mike...
The San Antonio Spurs may be one of, if not the most successful franchise in all of the NBA. They also boast the largest collection of foreign based talent in the NBA.
Tim Duncan (U.S. Islands),Tony Parker (France), Manu Ginobili (Argentina),Tiago Splitter (Brazil), Boris Diaw (France), Cory Joseph (Canada), Nando De Colo (France), Patty Mills (Australia) and Aron...
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The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat face off for Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night. The Spurs took a 2-1 series lead on Tuesday, beating the Heat 113-77 as a 2-point home favorite on the NBA betting lines, with Danny Green scoring a team-high 27 points.
The Spurs remain at home for the next two games, where they try to take a commanding 3-1 lead over...
LeBron James was a little deflated by the time the Spurs were done laying a 113-77 whupping on his Heat in Game 3. The Spurs hit 16 3-pointers, Danny Green and Gary Neal combined for 51 points and Manu Ginobili dunked, twice, to bring the AT&T Center crowd to its feet.
James, who managed to score just 15 points on 7-for-21 shooting, was so demoralized, he did not even bother...
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- Danny Green 16 made three pointers are most of any Spurs player in the NBA Finals
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The San Antonio Spurs (14-3) will look to put a grip on the 2013 NBA Finals as they host the Miami Heat (13-6) at the AT&T Center for Game 4.
The Spurs are coming off a huge win over the Heat in Game 3 winning 113-77 in San Antonio. The Spurs were paced by Danny Green, who finished with a career postseason-high 27 points and made a postseason-high 7 three-pointers. Gary...
Sebastien De La Cruz became famous last year because of his impressive performances on America's Got Talent.
The 11-year-old mariachi singer was back in the headlines this week, not because of his outstanding rendition of the national anthem before Game 3 of the NBA Finals in San Antonio, but because of the slew of hateful and racist tweets that the young Spurs fan had to endure...
An 11-year-old Latino boy whose singing of the national anthem at the NBA Finals set off a barrage of racist tweets earned a roaring ovation in an encore performance Thursday night.
Sebastien De La Cruz, a mariachi singer, was congratulated by San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra at midcourt afterward.
His second act followed an outpouring...
AT&T Center – Almost a year ago in early July, Miami Heat forward Rashard Lewis was a free agent and searching for a championship contender to sign with. Before signing with the Heat, Lewis was rumored to be in talks with the Los Angeles Lakers, Heat, Atlanta Hawks, and the team he’s down 2-1 against in the NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs.
On Wednesday at the Heat media...