The defending NBA champions Miami Heat tied the series with the San Antonio Spurs 2-2 after a balanced performance from the team’s Big Three. Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh had all game brilliance and carried the offensive load to give the Spurs their only second home loss of the 2012-2013 playoffs.
Heat Big Three Back in Deadly Form
James once again led the Heat charge to rout the Western champions in Game 4. King James had another stellar performance with 33 points and 11 boards, his first time to produce more than 20 points in the finals.The 4-time MVP didn’t have to do the job alone, though. Wade found his old form and poured down 32 points and Bosh had a double-double with 20 points and 13 rebounds.The trend is clear that when James gets enough support from his team, they edge the Spurs.
Series Down to Best of Three
With the Heat’s win, the championship is now reduced to a best of three contest. If the Spurs are able to stop Miami, though, San Antonio is set to take home their 5th franchise title.But no one can count out the possibility of the Heat winning back to back titles.