Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • SA 41.0
    • 49.4 MIA
  • Three Point %

    • SA 50.0
    • 52.6 MIA
  • Turnovers

    • SA 17
    • 6 MIA
  • Rebounds

    • SA 51
    • 44 MIA

Game Information

AmericanAirlines Arena
,
Coverage: ABC
  • Miami, FL
  • Line: MIA -5.5
Attendance: 19,900
100%
Capacity: 19,600
Referees: Joe Crawford, Ken Mauer, Ed Malloy
6/10/2013 Associated Press

Heat surge past Spurs, draw even in Finals

LeBron James overcame a terrible start to finish with 17 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, and the Miami Heat rolled to a 103-84 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday night to even the series at a game apiece.

ABC1234T
Spurs2223201984
Heat22282528103

Game Flow

SA
MIA
0:00 - 4th Quarter

SA

84

MIA

103

End of Game

Shot Chart

  • Danny Green makes three point jumper (Tony Parker assists)
  • Tony Parker misses 16-foot two point jumper
  • Tim Duncan misses 14-foot two point shot
  • Danny Green makes 25-foot three point jumper (Tony Parker assists)
  • Tim Duncan misses 5-foot jumper
  • Manu Ginobili makes driving layup
  • Manu Ginobili misses layup
  • Gary Neal misses 19-foot jumper
  • Manu Ginobili misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Kawhi Leonard misses two point shot
  • Kawhi Leonard makes 3-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker misses 26-foot three point jumper
  • Kawhi Leonard misses 13-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker makes 19-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker makes 4-foot two point shot
  • Tim Duncan makes 6-foot two point shot
  • Danny Green makes 25-foot three point jumper (Tony Parker assists)
  • Tim Duncan misses 16-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker misses driving layup
  • Kawhi Leonard misses 8-foot jumper
  • Kawhi Leonard makes 26-foot three point jumper (Tony Parker assists)
  • Tim Duncan misses jumper
  • Kawhi Leonard makes jumper (Tiago Splitter assists)
  • Tim Duncan misses 14-foot jumper
  • Tim Duncan makes dunk (Manu Ginobili assists)
  • Tim Duncan misses 11-foot two point shot
  • Manu Ginobili misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Tony Parker misses jumper
  • LeBron James blocks Tiago Splitter's shot
  • Matt Bonner makes 9-foot jumper (Tracy McGrady assists)
  • Patty Mills misses three point jumper
  • DeJuan Blair makes two point shot
  • DeJuan Blair misses 14-foot jumper
  • Cory Joseph makes driving layup
  • Udonis Haslem misses 10-foot jumper
  • Dwyane Wade makes 18-foot jumper
  • Chris Bosh makes dunk (Dwyane Wade assists)
  • Chris Bosh misses 20-foot jumper
  • Mario Chalmers makes 23-foot three point jumper (Dwyane Wade assists)
  • Dwyane Wade makes driving layup
  • Dwyane Wade misses 6-foot jumper
  • Udonis Haslem misses 18-foot jumper
  • Udonis Haslem makes layup (LeBron James assists)
  • Chris Bosh makes two point shot
  • Chris Andersen makes dunk (Norris Cole assists)
  • LeBron James misses 8-foot two point shot
  • LeBron James makes 15-foot jumper
  • Mike Miller makes 25-foot three point jumper (LeBron James assists)
  • Norris Cole makes 2-foot two point shot
  • Chris Andersen makes two point shot
  • Norris Cole misses 24-foot three point jumper
  • Chris Andersen makes dunk (Chris Bosh assists)
  • Ray Allen makes 25-foot three point jumper (LeBron James assists)
  • Dwyane Wade makes 12-foot two point shot
  • LeBron James misses 17-foot jumper
  • Dwyane Wade makes 12-foot jumper
  • Mario Chalmers makes 24-foot three point jumper (Dwyane Wade assists)
  • Chris Bosh makes 17-foot jumper (Dwyane Wade assists)
  • Chris Bosh misses 19-foot jumper
  • LeBron James misses 12-foot two point jumper
  • LeBron James misses driving layup
  • Chris Bosh misses 16-foot jumper
  • LeBron James misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Udonis Haslem makes 16-foot jumper (Chris Bosh assists)
  • Chris Bosh makes 15-foot two point shot
  • Danny Green blocks LeBron James 's 2-foot layup
  • Mario Chalmers makes driving layup
  • Mike Miller makes 25-foot three point jumper (LeBron James assists)
  • Mario Chalmers makes 8-foot two point shot
  • Mike Miller makes three point jumper (LeBron James assists)
  • LeBron James makes driving layup
  • Ray Allen makes three point jumper (LeBron James assists)
  • LeBron James makes dunk (Mike Miller assists)
  • Dwyane Wade misses 14-foot jumper
  • Ray Allen misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Ray Allen makes 4-foot two point shot (Chris Bosh assists)
  • Rashard Lewis makes 20-foot jumper
  • James Jones misses 17-foot jumper
  • Norris Cole misses 20-foot jumper
  • Tracy McGrady blocks Shane Battier 's 24-foot three point jumper

Research Notes

  • LeBron James has played in 94 games this season, including the playoffs. Only 7 times has James scored 18 points or less, including in both NBA Finals games. LeBron's PER is 48.1% higher when he scores at least 19 points in a game this season.

  • Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili combined to score just 27 points in Game 2 after posting 54 in Game 1.

  • The Spurs were 11-of-24 (46%) inside 5 feet, their 2nd-worst percentage of the postseason. The Spurs are shooting 24-of-50 (48%) inside 5 feet during the series after shooting 63% on such shots in the postseason prior to the NBA Finals. The Heat shot 15-of-21 inside 5 feet in Game 2 and are shooting 64% on such shots in the series.

  • The Heat are 5-0 following a loss this postseason (+21.6 PPG diff). Miami has won 11 straight games following a loss dating back to the regular season (haven't lost consecutive games since Jan. 8-10).

  • The Heat scored 35 points on drives, including 6-of-10 shooting with 15 points on passes from drives (3-12 FG in Game 1). Dwyane Wade sparked the Heat on drives, scoring 4 points and dishing out 3 assists on drives, after recording no assists in Game 1.

  • LeBron James In Game 2

    1st 3 Qtrs4th Qtr
    Points89
    FG3-134-4
    Minutes347

  • The Spurs were outscored by 27 points in 33 minutes with Tony Parker on the floor, his worst plus-minus this postseason and the 4th-worst of his postseason career. Parker committed a game-high 5 turnovers (0 in Game 1) and only scored or assisted on 4 points inside 5 feet (12 in Game 1).

  • Spurs Largest Losses In NBA Finals - All-Time

    OpponentMargin
    June 16, 2005at Pistons-31
    Sundayat Heat-19
    June 14, 2005at Pistons-17

  • The Heat's 19-point win is the largest Game 2 win by a team following a Game 1 loss in the NBA Finals since the Bulls defeated the Lakers by 21 points on June 5, 1991. The Bulls went on to win that series 4-1.

  • The big men for the Heat did not hedge out to help on Tony Parker in the pick and roll in the 1st half, and the Spurs scored 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting off Parker's pick and rolls. In the 2nd half, the Heat were more aggressive in helping on Parker.

  • The Heat made 6-of-7 shots and scored 16 points on pick-and-roll plays with Mario Chalmers handling and LeBron James screening during a 33-5 run in Game 2. The Heat finished the game shooting 7-of-9 when they ran that pick-and-roll combination, after 0-of-4 shooting with that combination in Game 1.

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