Spurs Thump The Heat In Game 4
The San Antonio Spurs picked up where they left off in Game 3 cruising to a 107-86 dismantling of the Miami Heat in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
Kawhi Leonard scored 20 and pulled down 14 rebounds, Tim Duncan recorded his 158th double-double (most all-time) and every member of the San Antonio Spurs scored against the Heat.
The win marks the eleventh time in the 2014 playoffs that the Spurs have won by more than fifteen points.
San Antonio can capture it's fifth NBA title on Sunday when the series returns to the Alamo City.