NBA Finals 2013 Game 2: Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs Results, Winner – Live Update 6/9/13



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NBA Finals 2013 Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs Game 2 Tonight!

Tonight, Thursday, June 9, Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs will face off on the second game of the NBA Finals 2013.  The game will be held at Miami home court, American Airlines Arena, at 8 p.m. and will be broadcast live on ABC.

Game 1 Recap: Spurs won the first game over Heat scoring 92-88 on Thursday, June 6.

It was Tony Parker who came out on the first match giving 21 points for the team. Tim Duncan scores 20 points, 14 rebounds and Manu Ginobili makes 13 points.

Heat frontrunners LeBron James had a triple-double making 18 points, 18 rebounds, 10 assists, Dwyane Wade had 17 points and Chris Bosh had 13 points.

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  • The Heat lead is up to 25.
  • Heat now have a 19-point lead.
  • Miller for three.

    Miller for three.

  • Ray Allen hits the three and the Heat lead is five.

    Ray Allen hits the three and the Heat lead is five.

  • Chris Bosh hits the jumper.

    Chris Bosh hits the jumper.

  • First half highlight: D-Wade's impressive Euro-step.

    First half highlight: D-Wade’s impressive Euro-step.

  • Ginobili hits the three and the Spurs are now 6-for-8 from three.

    Ginobili hits the three and the Spurs are now 6-for-8 from three.

  • Mike Miller hits the triple for the first points of the second quarter.

    Mike Miller hits the triple for the first points of the second quarter.

  • Chris Bosh tips in the LeBron miss for the bucket.

    Chris Bosh tips in the LeBron miss for the bucket.

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