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San Antonio Spurs 114-104 Miami Heat - as it happened!

2019-09-15 点击次数 :228次

Final thoughts

Elena V (@amariselv)

Blowout trend continues, now will the series trend as well? Spurs in seven? On the road?

You know what, I'm going to stick with the following up a loss by putting up big numbers on a game which absolutely now will be a "must win" game. So, yeah, I see this as going to seven games. Now, keep in mind my Heat in 6 prediction is kinda shot here so I'm a really bad psychic.

Huge, huge game from San Antonio tonight. Manu Ginobili showed up all of his doubters (meaning basically anybody who has watched him play basketball in the first four games of the series). The Spurs never trailed in this game, and have, in fact, never trailed in the Finals.

I can't imagine that the Heat will make it easy for them however. I imagine that Game 6 on Tuesday night we'll see the Miami we saw in Game 4. If we don't, well the Spurs will be celebrating their fifth NBA championship.

Win or lose, we'll be back on Tuesday night to liveblog Game 6. Hopefully you'll join us. That will about wrap up things tonight though. All that's left to do is thank you all for following along with Game 5 with me tonight, especially those who contributed via Twitter or email (sorry I couldn't include them all). Ciao!

Emails

Daniel Vazquez-Paluch:

On possible MVPs, I think it's a toss up between Kahwi and Parker for the Spurs. Kahwi's done a masterful job defending LBJ while rebounding and scoring as well. Parker is the catalyst on offense who makes the Heat lose their position and creates mismatches which leave the likes of Danny Green open.

Danny Green looks very uncomfortable with the ball when he doesn't have an open shot or a straight line to the hoop.

For Miami, it's Wade, whereas LeBron is disappearing when things get tough.

That sounds about right, although the MVP of this game was certainly Manu Ginobili. I guess Popovich knew what he was doing when he put him in the starting lineup.

The San Antonio Spurs take a 3-2 NBA Finals lead!

So, now the Spurs only have to win one more game to win the NBA Finals. The bad news? They're going to have to do them on the road in Miami's American Airline Arena.

Heat 104-114 Spurs, FINAL

No Tracy McGrady.

James Jones in for Miami and he makes a three, but I've already used both my "The Thin Red Line" and "From Here To Eternity" jokes.

And that's the end of the scoring!

Heat 101-114 Spurs, 1:06 remaining, 4th quarter

I'm still really interested in seeing the alternate reality where that Ray Allen three wasn't wiped off the board. Maybe this officiating thing has some merit.

Oh and both teams are emptying out their benches.

Heat 101-114 Spurs, 1:06 remaining, 4th quarter

Tony Parker layup! DANNY GREEN THREE!

The Miami Heat take a final timeout, the Spurs have survived the Heat surge.

Heat 101-109 Spurs, 1:37 remaining, 4th quarter

Ray Allen is doing everything he can to keep Miami in this, he makes a layup to cut into the lead. Duncan fouls Wade who makes one of two free throws.

Heat 98-109 Spurs, 2:19 remaining, 4th quarter

Travel on Manu Ginobili. 17th turnover of the game for San Antonio.

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Heat 98-109 Spurs, 2:23 remaining, 4th quarter

Oh wow. Ray Allen seems to hit a three that would have gotten Miami closer but the officials call an illegal screen. No basket. Wow. Spurs timeout.

Heat 98-109 Spurs, 2:57 remaining, 4th quarter

LeBron James now gets three the hard way, making a layup and a free throw and Ray Allen hits a three pointer and this is becoming scary for San Antonio.

Heat 92-107 Spurs, 4:03 remaining, 4th quarter

James makes a bad pass, Parker gets the ball, and Wade picks up his first foul of the game. Parker makes one out of two of those, and Ray Allen makes a three-pointer but not in the usual Ray Allen way. Allen hits a layup and an and one. Miami aren't quite dead yet.

Heat 89-106 Spurs, 4:33 remaining, 4th quarter

Mike Miller fouls Parker, who makes two free throws. Bosh makes a layup...

And Parker responds with a basket, and that might just have put San Antonio up for good.

Heat 87-102 Spurs, 6:01 remaining, 4th quarter

Wade makes a key block on a Parker shot, but after a foul-related turnover, Parker gets a second chance at a two-pointer which he hits.

But Miami responds, Wade makes a jumper but Manu Ginobili makes a 14-foot shot. And at this rate Miami are going to be playing catch-up until the final buzzer.

Heat 85-98 Spurs, 7:24 remaining, 4th quarter

Steve Busfield (@Busfield)

RT Gregg Popovich: "When Manu plays like Manu Ginobili, we're a much better basketball team."

That's sort of like the "Chris Bosh is the key to the Heat" bit that Spoelstra comes up with on occasion.

Heat 85-98 Spurs, 7:24 remaining, 4th quarter

Melissa J Mitchell (@melissajane23)

This happened apparently -> Dwyane Wade Goes Full Dwayne Wayne via

I've completely forgotten about this, which is embarrassing since I follow the writer on Twitter.

Heat 85-98 Spurs, 7:24 remaining, 4th quarter

Tony Parker gives an assist to Danny Green who only makes a two-point shot here and Miami, realizing they're in a hole, go to Ray Allen for a three again. Which he hits. One wonders if Danny Green has done a bit of pulling on Superman's cape here.

Chris Bosh dunks and that.... That will bring us to a Spurs timeout.

Heat 80-96 Spurs, 8:37 remaining, 4th quarter

Ray Allen makes a thee pointer, and gets called for a foul (that would be on Danny Green) and makes the "and one". That's going to help them back in the game.

Heat 76-96 Spurs, 9:13 remaining, 4th quarter

Chalmers draws a foul on Diaw right out of the timeout, so hey great strategy. He makes one of two. Leonard then gets fouled by Bosh and makes two on his own.

Heat 75-94 Spurs, 9:56 remaining, 4th quarter

Elena V (@amariselv)

IF the Spurs were to win it, would Danny Green be your Finals MVP?

I'm tempted to say "yes" which really means "it would depend on how Duncan, Parker and Ginobili played the best in the last two games" because it probably wouldn't happen.

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Heat 75-94 Spurs, 9:32 remaining, 4th quarter

Danny Green misses a three, which is almost inconceivable at this point, but Tim Duncan puts it back in. It's a 19-1 Spurs run and Miami have to take another timeout!

Heat 75-92 Spurs, 9:56 remaining, 4th quarter

That was rather surprising to see Miami use a timeout this early but I think they feel this one could become a blowout real quick here if they let it. Since that's what has happened in the last few games, that might be wise.

Duncan's defense prevents Wade from making his shot and Leonard hits a three pointer on the other end. Like a five point swing that, almost.

Heat 75-89 Spurs, 10:30 remaining, 4th quarter

envision! (@envision)

He will play in SA until he wants to retire.

It's nice to be in a basketball city where that kinda thing is a real possibility. (Note: This uncharacteristically sentimental thought may or may not have anything to do with Paul Pierce possibly not being a Celtic next year.)

Heat 75-89 Spurs, 10:30 remaining, 4th quarter

Manu Ginobili hits a floater, assisted by Leonard and Miami's Erik Spoelstra immediately wants a timeout.

Heat 75-87 Spurs, 11:06 remaining, 4th quarter

Haslem picks up a foul to start the fourth quarter, which is a very Haslem thing to do. Then the Spurs commit a shot clock violation. So, not as fun as the end of the third quarter here.

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Heat 75-87 Spurs, end of the 3rd quarter

Tom Dart (@Tom_Dart)

Ecstatic crowd treating each Ginobili score as if it might be the last they'll ever see

It's not out of the realm of the possible, considering he's been discussing retirement. It's always nice to appreciate a player like Manu while you still can.

Heat 75-87 Spurs, end of the 3rd quarter

Steve Busfield (@Busfield)

Here's Danny Green breaking Ray Allen's NBA Finals 3-pointer record (& there's still at least 1 more game

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Heat 75-87 Spurs, end of the 3rd quarter

Splitter picks up his third foul and LeBron James gets on the line and makes only one of his two free throws. Ginobili decides to end the third quarter with a six-footer to close out a ridiculous Spurs run. All of AT&T Center are breaking out the "MANU" chants and I can't blame them. What a game from Ginobili.

Heat 74-85 Spurs, 22 seconds remaining, 3rd quarter

Ginobili continues his great game by making an assist to Tiago Splitter, who hits the basket, and then tries a three-pointer but the Gods decide that he's pushing his luck a bit there and it doesn't fall in.

Heat 74-83 Spurs, 1:39 remaining, 3rd quarter

And Manu hits a seven pointer, it's a 8-0 Spurs run. So much for all that "Should Ginobili retire now or retroactively" talk.

Heat 74-81 Spurs, 2:20 remaining, 3rd quarter

It's a one point game until Danny Green hits yet another three and Ginobili makes up for his previous play with a jumper where he draws a foul of his own. He makes the "and one".

Heat 74-75 Spurs, 3:03 remaining, 3rd quarter

Oof. Battier makes a shot and draws a foul on Ginobili, we've seen good and bad Ginobili here, and Battier gets an "and one" and it's a one point game.

Heat 71-75 Spurs, 3:53 remaining, 3rd quarter

Daniel Vazquez-Paluch responds:

It's naive to think that the refs are innocent bystanders. In any sport, in any league. Are you really trying to say that Man U, Madrid and Bayern don't get a little help from their friends? How comes I've never seen LeBron get hit with a foul when he gets nothing but arm on a 'steal'?

It's not a conspiracy theory. It's just taking non-sporting variables into account.

Oh officials always have their biases, and some might be on the take, but the idea that David Stern is making calls every other game to try to get the results he wants... I'm not a fan of that line of thinking at all. Like I dunno, for one thing it makes him seem a lot more competent and useful than he actually is.

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Heat 71-75 Spurs, 3:53 remaining, 3rd quarter

Tom Dart (@Tom_Dart)

This may not be the key issue of the game, but are the Spurs cheerleaders the least-co-ordinated in the NBA?

I blame it entirely on the PA music selection. Although I haven't heard C+C Music Factory yet, maybe they've upgraded their music selection since the Warriors series.

Heat 71-75 Spurs, 3:53 remaining, 3rd quarter

Tony Parker layup is immediately responded to with a Dwyane Wade jumper. Wade is having a great game.

And now Chris Bosh gets into the act and hits a jumper and San Antonio takes a timeout.

Heat 67-73 Spurs, 5:09 remaining, 3rd quarter

LeBron James misses a layup.

No that's not a typo. I don't know whether the San Antonio crowd is more excited for that or for the Tony Parker layup that follows?

LeBron James is absolutely exhausted here and calls a 20 second timeout for the Heat.

Heat 67-71 Spurs, 6:13 remaining, 3rd quarter

Boris Diaw gets fouled by Chris Bosh and makes 1 of 2 free throws.

Guess what happens immediately after San Antonio scores? Miami responds. James makes a beautiful pass to Wade who makes a jumper.

Heat 65-70 Spurs, 7:22 remaining, 3rd quarter

Two quick fouls on San Antonio, on Parker and Leonard. Then LeBron dishes an assist to Wade who makes a jumper.

Leonard makes a jumper and, as Miami have been doing the last quarter or so, they respond immediately. Mario Chalmers hits a three-pointer. This is going to overtime, I swear guys.

Heat 60-68 Spurs, 8:41 remaining, 3rd quarter

Wade misses a jumper right off the break, but hey they still got a point out of that timeout without doing anything. Danny Green tries to add to his record but he misses...

This guy's no good.

Ginobili finally gets something going by getting past Chris Bosh and making a layup.

Heat 60-66 Spurs, 9:40 remaining, 3rd quarter

And the officials review that first LeBron shot and it indeed was a three-pointer, so the Heat actually have 60 points.

Heat 59-66 Spurs, 9:40 remaining, 3rd quarter

Elena V (@amariselv)

NBA record. Now? RT @Me Is this a good time to use "treyball"? I learned it recently, want to use it in a tweet.

This is as good as time as there ever will be to use the term "treyball".

Heat 59-66 Spurs, 9:40 remaining, 3rd quarter

The Spurs need a run here and Parker helps them out with a jumper...

And Danny Green hits a three-pointer and now he has the record for the most threes in the NBA Finals! And it's only Game Five!

Heat timeout.

Heat 59-61 Spurs, 10:42 remaining, 3rd quarter

James assists Mario Chalmers who hits a three-pointer that doesn't need to be reviewed at all. Then Ginobili fouls LeBron to stop him from scoring, but James hits both of his free throws and it's a two-point game just like that.

Heat 54-61 Spurs, 11:17 remaining, 3rd quarter

Leonard makes a steal on Mario Chalmers to start the second half, but the Spurs can't come up with anything on their end, and LeBron James hits a two-pointer which might be reviewed the next break.

Emails

And conspiracy theory talk from Daniel Vazquez-Paluch

I'm starting to think Stern is compensating for lower ratings by extending the series to seven games.

Although perhaps Pop has simply told his players to sell the fouls a little bit more and dare the refs to not call them. For Miami, I think Wade is the leader and Bosh is working hard, whereas LeBron's numbers look padded up by a couple of fast breaks and phantom fouls.

I think Stern has replaced all the officials with crisis actors. #FalseFlagFinals.

From the official NBA account

It's one thing to go after a record for three-pointers made in a NBA Finals, it's another to do it while the guy who holds the record is on the other bench.

NBA (@NBA)

Ray Allen, you have company! Danny Green of ties the record for 3PM on ABC -

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Elena V (@amariselv)

I'm looking at it from an aesthetics-centric standpoint. But I'm an anglophile, so that may apply to me as well.

Wait until I shift into baseball mode and my rants about Jhonny Peralta jokes begin. (Worst first name ever.)

Tweets

Jack Davenport (@jackwdavenport)

Spurs are killing the Heat when it comes to end-of-quarter demoralisers in these Finals.

I always wonder how much teams get affected by end of quarter/end of halves/end of game plays. There certainly doesn't seem to be any carry-over between games, but within games there certainly seems to be.

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Melissa J Mitchell (@melissajane23)

I still think people are talking about Dwayne Wayne from A Different World before I remember that nobody is talking about that

This is an A+ reference here. I wonder if he's a hidden influence on Wade's fashion sense?

Halftime thoughts

On one hand, the Spurs have to feel good about dominating on he offensive end throughout the entire first half. On the other hand, they can't be happy about how they've let the Miami Heat get back in this game (although that's partly because they're the Heat). On the other hand, that Tony Parker layup is something they can build on.

That's way too many hands isn't it? It would certainly make liveblogging a lot easier with a third one. Speaking of that whole "what I'm supposed to be doing here" thing, this is me reminding everyone that I'll use your thoughts throughout the rest of this game. You can either send them via email to [email protected] or tweet

Halftime

Tommy Páez (@legendarytommy)

What the hell did I just watch? The Heat cranked it up to 11 before the third quarter? I... I think I need to go lie down.

Well the Miami Heat did say that their problem was that they hadn't been playing with a big enough sense of urgency. That second quarter comeback might be a product of that, as, you're right, that's usually what we see from them coming out of the half.

Halftime!

That was an amazing finish of the half right there, exactly what San Antonio needed after the Heat made their 2nd quarter run.

Heat 52-61 Spurs, end of the 2nd quarter

The Spurs have two seconds to work with after a 20 second timeout and... Diaw hits Tony Parker for a running layup that ends the first half! Wow!

Heat 52-59 Spurs, 28 seconds remaining, 2nd quarter

Okay that Ginobili play doesn't really provide any momentum, what has in this series, as Shane Battier hits a three-pointer almost immediately that quiets things down.

A Tony Parker teardrop, maybe my favorite of Parker's moves, adds to the lead but...Wade responds with a basket of his own. Miami's not going away.

Heat 47-57 Spurs, 1:15 remaining, 2nd quarter

LeBron James... misses a layup. I'm sure Tiago Splitter got a secret kick of that. Ginobili gets slammed by Shane Battier, and no it's not a flop here, who is rewarded three free throws and makes them all.

Heat 47-54 Spurs, 2:08 remaining, 2nd quarter

LeBron James gets on the line and makes one of two free throws, but the Spurs respond by getting the ball to Manu who gets the ball to the big guy Tim Duncan who lays it in. A good momentum moment that.

Heat 46-52 Spurs, 2:18 remaining, 2nd quarter

LeBron James makes a layup and this is just not what San Antonio wanted to see, the Heat know they're back in this game.

Haslem trips Ginobili, who didn't really have a play there, but he flung the ball away so he goes to the free throw line. He makes one of two.

Heat 44-51 Spurs, 2:46 remaining, 2nd quarter

Okay this is why the Heat are dangerous, it's back to a five point Spurs lead once LeBron makes a basket. Danny Green is fouled by Ray Allen and gets to the line, which works to at least give them a breather along with the two free throws Green banks.

Heat 42-49 Spurs, 3:46 remaining, 2nd quarter

LeBron James makes it a five-point game with a basket of his own until Tim Duncan hits one to stop the Miami run.

Heat 40-47 Spurs, 4:52 remaining, 2nd quarter

Boris Diaw travels right out of the timeout. That's the eighth Spurs turnover. And then Tony Parker fouls Ray Allen trying to make a three-pointer with two seconds left on the clock. It's Ray Allen so OF COURSE HE MAKES IT and the free throw is good. The four point play is complete when Allen makes his free throw.

David Hayter (@daveportivo)

Here comes Test no.1: Can Spurs hold off the first Heat surge. Test no.2: Can they keep his up for 4 quarters

Yeah that Heat surge was pants-wettingly scary.

Heat 36-47 Spurs, 5:45 remaining, 2nd quarter

Andrea (@bennykatz)

anyone in foul trouble?

Miami's Mike Miller just picked up his third foul I believe, but none of the major players yet. Also: I love the "Dr. Katz" icon.

Heat 36-47 Spurs, 5:45 remaining, 2nd quarter

Tim Duncan gets fouled by Mike Miller and makes his two free throws but the rest is all Miami. Wade tips in his own layup, his a jumper after Leonard turns it over and assists LeBron James and a dunk and THAT six point run will cause Gregg Popovich to take a timeout.

Heat 30-45 Spurs, 6:41 remaining, 2nd quarter

Bosh comes out of the timeout by making a two-pointer, but oh look Danny Green hits another three pointer. San Antonio can't rest because Dwayne... er Dwyane Wade makes a layup.

Heat 26-42 Spurs, 7:30 remaining, 2nd quarter

Elena V (@amariselv)

Also, I can take DWAYne, but DWYAne is an outrageous abuse of a spelling license.

He's basically the Brett Favre of the NBA, at least spelling-wise, none of the, er, other things as far as we known.

Heat 26-42 Spurs, 7:30 remaining, 2nd quarter

Danny Green back-to-back threes and the Miami Heat finally call a timeout.

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Heat 24-36 Spurs, 8:59 remaining, 2nd quarter

Chris Bosh on the line, hits two free throws. Miami really needed those.

Heat 22-36 Spurs, 8:59 remaining, 2nd quarter

And we take a timeout. Which sounds like a good idea.

Elena V (@amariselv)

For being tied this doesn't feel like a tight series, what you say? With 3 games being blowouts, hard for me to see it that way.

It's been a damn strange series. It feels like we haven't seen both teams at their best in the same game since Game 1.

Heat 22-36 Spurs, 9:22 remaining, 2nd quarter

Chris Bosh airball. You know how I said about Miami does as well as Chris Bosh does? Yeah, that's happening right now in this game.

Wade makes a steal but loses the ball, which also kinda says everything about Miami.

Heat 22-36 Spurs, 9:37 remaining, 2nd quarter

Kawhi Leonard adds a floater, he is absolutely on fire here. The whole Spurs offense really is.

Heat 22-34 Spurs, 10:42 remaining, 2nd quarter

And then Splitter misses a layup. Oh Tiago...

Heat 22-34 Spurs, 11:11 remaining, 2nd quarter

Tiago Splitter fouls Chris Bosh to start the second quarter, which is sounding like how Splitter's series has been going. Shane Battier makes a three-pointer to start the second quarter and...

Splitter with a dunk! Splitter did something!

Heat 19-32 Spurs, end of the 1st quarter

Oh and who assisted on that Kawhi Leonard three-pointer that capped off that fantastic first quarter for the Spurs? That would be Manu Ginobili. I now feel kinda dumb for automatically assuming that ESPN had messed up when they included him in the starting lineup.

Heat 19-32 Spurs, end of the 1st quarter

Miami need to have something happen here... a Shane Battier three attempt doesn't count as something. A floater from Ray Allen finally stops the scoreless run for Miami.

Then, of course, Kawhi Leonard hits a three, Mario Chalmers misses a buzzer beater three and it's a 13 point lead for San Antonio after the first first quarter.

Heat 17-29 Spurs, 1:00 remaining, 1st quarter

Kawhi Leonard dunk! And the Heat are going to take a 20 second break here, this is the best run the Spurs have gone on in the NBA Finals so far.

Heat 17-27 Spurs, 2:12 remaining, 1st quarter

Great game for Parker, Duncan and Ginobili. The Other Big Three. And hey Parker makes a two to add to that... and Parker then assists Gary Neal on a 16-footer and it's a double-digit lead early for San Antonio.

Heat 17-23 Spurs, 3:16 remaining, 1st quarter

Speaking of not getting anything going, Miami can't do anything out of the timeout. Tony Parker draws a foul on Ray Allen, and he actually makes both free throws this time around.

Heat 17-21 Spurs, 3:46 remaining, 1st quarter

Email from Roger Kirkby:

Can anyone tell me why both teams have 2 days to work out the tip off play, and they rarely ever score, I mean the coaches have that pad to work out the play and it never comes to fruition.

I always thought it was more of a rhythm thing, the entire first quarter is typically the sloppiest of the game for that reason.

Heat 17-21 Spurs, 3:46 remaining, 1st quarter

Tim Duncan picks up the second foul on Mike Miller and gets to the line, and he also only makes one of two. This could be a serious problem if San Antonio can't keep it up. Ray Allen comes in for Mike Miller. LeBron misses a jumper, San Antonio recover the rebound, Parker makes a layup.

And Miami decide they probably want to take a timeout here.

Heat 17-18 Spurs, 4:22 remaining, 1st quarter

Norris Cole comes into the game for Mario Chalmers and immediately fouls Tony Parker in the act of the shooting. Parker misses that first free throw but makes the second.

Heat 17-17 Spurs, 4:45 remaining, 1st quarter

And now Green's back in the game for Ginobili, who started out alright, but he misses his first three point. But hey there's Tim Duncan with a basket of his own...

But then LeBron James ties things up with a three-pointer, his long-range game really has made him more dangerous.

Heat 14-15 Spurs, 6:16 remaining, 1st quarter

Dwyane Wade with a block and he picks up a foul. He's become a super-pesky player since his 2006 Finals MVP years.

Gary Neal is into the game for Green now, Wade makes both free throws.

Heat 12-15 Spurs, 6:43 remaining, 1st quarter

Steve Busfield (@Busfield)

Ginobli starting for has clearly confused and Refs - 3-pointer with his first shot. But his foot was inside the arc

And the officials have corrected it during the timeout, hence the Spurs losing a point in the meantime.

Heat 12-16 Spurs, 6:43 remaining, 1st quarter

Wade gets the ball to LeBron, as Miami is keeping around. The Kawhi Leonard makes an 18-foot jumper. Mike Miller... misses a three? Has that happened before this series?

But he assists Wade on another shot.

And Manu makes another three, this time a more legitimate one, but Wade gets the ball to Bosh for a layup and Popovich doesn't much like this and calls a timeout.

Heat 6-11 Spurs, 9:07 remaining, 1st quarter

A bad Danny Green pass leads to some confusion that becomes a jump ball, but Wade turns it over and Duncan makes a jumper assisted by... Well you know, that guy with the bald spot.

Heat 6-9 Spurs, 9:40 remaining, 1st quarter

Ginobili gets fouled and makes two more free throws, he's been involved with all of San Antonio's scoring so far. LeBron gets fouled by Danny Green and makes free throws on his own.

Heat 4-7 Spurs, 10:17 remaining, 1st quarter

Wade adds to the Heat scoring with a jumper and Ginobili assists Duncan who responds with a basket of his own. I guess Popovich knows his players, Ginobili is helping out right away.

Heat 2-5 Spurs, 11:02 remaining, 1st quarter

Dwyane Wade gets fouled by Leonard, and makes his two free throws. Then Ginobili assists Danny Green on a layup

Heat 0-3 Spurs, 11:41 minutes remaining, 1st quarter

Okay, so Manu Ginobili immediately responds to being in the starting lineup by hitting a three to start the game.

Heat 0-0 Spurs, 12:00 minutes remaining, 1st quarter

And we're off!

Michael Clarke (@michaelgft)

I've gone for Spurs by 4 and under in tonight but i put money on it so it'll prob be a Heat blowout again

Ain't it always how it happens.

Starting lineups

Yup. There's Manu starting. I guess he's been so bad in his bench role that he's being demoted into the starting lineup? Manu Ginobili is like Bizarro Superman.

National Anthem thoughts

ablade (@ablade)

that kid grew up real fast!

Hahahahaha

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