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There's no other way to put it: Game 6 was a classic. And in a game like that, so many things, both big and little, determine the outcome.
It didn't take long for the San Antonio Spurs to get the highlights going in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals courtesy of Kawhi Leonard.
So superb during the regular season, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Heat have to be something even more for the rest of the NBA Finals.
Filed under: Basketball Stories and tagged with: Boxscores , Charles Barkley , Danny Green , Dwayne Wade , Kawhi Leonard , LeBron James , Magic Johnson , Manu Ginobili , NBA Finals , Ray Allen , Tony Parker As great as this Finals series had been through three games, there was still something missing .
San Antonio Spurs guard Gary Neal, left, shoots as teammates guard Danny Green, center, and forward Kawhi Leonard watch during NBA basketball practice, Saturday, June 15, 2013, in San Antonio.
Too simplistic? Fine, here's some obligatory context. Miami is down 3-2 to the Spurs in the NBA Finals because its defense stinks, because Dwyane Wade has been inconsistent, because Chris Andersen has been such a liability that Heat coach Erik Spoelstra hasn't let him see the floor in the last two games.
In the unlikeliest development of the NBA Finals, Boris Diaw shut down LeBron James in San Antonio's huge Game 5 win last night.
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Miami Heat - San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals 2013 Game 5: TV Channel, Schedule, And Team News For Sunday's Championship Series Game The Miami Heat have their second chance to take the series lead against the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals Sunday, and they may not get another.
Sure, Ginobili has been struggling. But expecting him to completely change his game would do far more harm than good.
But now that we're four games in to basketball's real big dance, it's time to call Leonard and Green what they really are: the true keys to bringing the Larry O'Brien Trophy back to San Antonio for the fifth time in franchise history.
New Mexico shooting guard Tony Snell talks about his workout for Portland, his position in the NBA and his draft stock.