Game 3 Swings San Antonio’s Way In Miami
After 41 points in the first quarter, the Spurs looked mighty comfortable in Miami, but a second half charge from the Heat made the game tight enough for some nerves to kick in. San Antonio, however, didn’t let that stop them, and took the game 111-92.
Kawhi Leonard was especially good throughout and provided the extra oomph that the Spurs needed, even through the stretch of Dwayne Wade trying to revive his seemingly dead team.
Game 4 will take place in Miami on Thursday, so tune in to ABC to catch all the action. Tip off is at 8 p.m. CDT.