Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • MIA 52.9
    • 44.3 SA
  • Three Point %

    • MIA 33.3
    • 50.0 SA
  • Turnovers

    • MIA 9
    • 19 SA
  • Rebounds

    • MIA 45
    • 44 SA

Game Information

AT&T Center
Coverage: ABC
  • San Antonio, TX
Attendance: 18,581
Capacity: 18,581
Referees: Scott Foster, Bill Kennedy, Mike Callahan
6/14/2013 Associated Press

Wade, LeBron help Heat pull even in Finals

LeBron James scored 33 points while playing with the aggression and ferocity that everyone expects of the four-time MVP, leading the Heat to a 109-93 victory over the Spurs on Thursday night that evened the NBA Finals at two games apiece.


Game Flow

0:00 - 4th Quarter





End of Game

Shot Chart

  • Danny Green blocks Chris Bosh's layup
  • Dwyane Wade misses 20-foot jumper
  • Dwyane Wade makes 8-foot jumper (LeBron James assists)
  • LeBron James makes layup (Norris Cole assists)
  • LeBron James misses jumper
  • LeBron James makes layup
  • Ray Allen makes 12-foot two point shot (Norris Cole assists)
  • LeBron James makes 17-foot jumper
  • Dwyane Wade makes jumper
  • Shane Battier misses three point jumper
  • Udonis Haslem makes layup (Dwyane Wade assists)
  • Dwyane Wade makes 16-foot jumper
  • Dwyane Wade misses 12-foot two point shot
  • Dwyane Wade misses 18-foot jumper
  • Chris Bosh makes layup (Ray Allen assists)
  • LeBron James misses layup
  • LeBron James misses 19-foot jumper
  • LeBron James misses layup
  • Dwyane Wade misses 10-foot two point shot
  • LeBron James makes layup
  • Chris Bosh makes layup (Dwyane Wade assists)
  • Norris Cole misses two point shot
  • Chris Bosh misses 18-foot jumper
  • Ray Allen makes layup (Norris Cole assists)
  • Kawhi Leonard blocks Norris Cole's layup
  • Chris Bosh makes 15-foot jumper (LeBron James assists)
  • Dwyane Wade makes layup (Mario Chalmers assists)
  • Dwyane Wade misses 4-foot jumper
  • Ray Allen makes layup (Mike Miller assists)
  • Mario Chalmers makes three point jumper (Mike Miller assists)
  • LeBron James makes dunk (Mario Chalmers assists)
  • LeBron James misses 9-foot jumper
  • Chris Bosh misses layup
  • Chris Bosh makes 2-foot two point shot
  • LeBron James misses 26-foot three point jumper
  • Dwyane Wade makes jumper
  • LeBron James makes layup
  • Ray Allen makes 25-foot three point jumper (Norris Cole assists)
  • Ray Allen misses 23-foot three point jumper
  • Dwyane Wade misses jumper
  • Dwyane Wade makes 5-foot jumper
  • Dwyane Wade makes 2-foot dunk
  • Dwyane Wade makes 18-foot jumper
  • Chris Bosh makes layup (Dwyane Wade assists)
  • LeBron James makes 20-foot jumper (Chris Bosh assists)
  • Dwyane Wade misses 16-foot jumper
  • LeBron James makes 19-foot jumper
  • LeBron James makes 16-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker makes driving layup
  • Gary Neal makes 25-foot three pointer (Danny Green assists)
  • Tim Duncan misses 17-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker misses 6-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker makes two point shot
  • Gary Neal makes 6-foot two point shot
  • Kawhi Leonard misses 9-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Manu Ginobili misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Tony Parker makes driving layup
  • Gary Neal misses 12-foot jumper
  • Matt Bonner makes 9-foot jumper (Tiago Splitter assists)
  • Danny Green misses shot
  • Shane Battier blocks Tiago Splitter's layup
  • LeBron James blocks Kawhi Leonard's layup
  • Tim Duncan makes layup (Tony Parker assists)
  • Kawhi Leonard makes 4-foot two point shot (Tony Parker assists)
  • Tim Duncan misses 17-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker makes 7-foot two point shot
  • Boris Diaw makes layup (Danny Green assists)
  • Boris Diaw makes layup (Tim Duncan assists)
  • Kawhi Leonard makes 4-foot two point shot
  • Tim Duncan makes layup (Boris Diaw assists)
  • Chris Bosh blocks Boris Diaw 's 6-foot jumper
  • Tony Parker misses driving layup
  • Chris Bosh blocks Tony Parker 's 5-foot two point shot
  • Mike Miller blocks Kawhi Leonard 's 5-foot jumper
  • Kawhi Leonard misses 21-foot jumper
  • Kawhi Leonard makes driving layup (Cory Joseph assists)
  • LeBron James blocks Tim Duncan 's 3-foot layup
  • Danny Green misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Gary Neal makes 26-foot three point jumper (Danny Green assists)
  • Tony Parker misses 5-foot jumper
  • Danny Green misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Tiago Splitter misses layup
  • Gary Neal misses 6-foot Running Jumper
  • Boris Diaw misses layup
  • Manu Ginobili misses 25-foot three point jumper
  • Tony Parker misses layup
  • Tim Duncan makes layup (Tony Parker assists)
  • DeJuan Blair misses 8-foot Running Jumper
  • Manu Ginobili makes 16-foot two point shot (DeJuan Blair assists)
  • DeJuan Blair misses layup
  • Matt Bonner makes layup (Nando de Colo assists)

Research Notes

  • The 109 points scored for the Heat was the most San Antonio has ever allowed in a NBA Finals Game. The Spurs 2 worst defensive performances in the NBA Finals have come this postseason (also allowed 103 pts in Game 2)

  • Last night, the Miami Heat became the 4th team since 1986 to have 13 steals and 7 blocks in a NBA Finals game. The previous 3 teams (1995 Rockets, 2001 Lakers, 2010 Lakers) would go on to win the NBA title that series...

  • From Elias: Games 2, 3 and 4 of the NBA Finals have been decided by 16 points. The last time at least 3 games of an NBA Finals series was decided by 16 points was in 2005 hen the Pistons faced the Spurs.4 has happened just once... that was in 1960 when the Boston Celtics defeated the St. Louis Hawks

  • - The Heat didn't use two traditional big men on the court together the entire game. The Heat used two big men 35% of the time in Games 1-3.- Udonis Haslem played 10 minutes off the bench in Game 4 (averaged 18 minutes per game this postseason) and Chris Andersen did not play (averaged 15 minutes). Ray Allen logged a postseason-high 33 minutes and Miller played 20 minutes for the 4th time this postseason.- With extra shooters on the court, the Spurs tried to contest shots with more frequency. In the 1st half, the Spurs contested 67% of the Heat's field goal attempts from 10-plus feet (contested 52% of those attempts in Games 1-3).- With less bigs and more shooters, the drive lanes opened for the Heat, who shot a series-high 61.3% off drives in Game 4.

  • The Heat's Big 3 combined to score 44 points in the paint in Game 4, double their average from the first 3 games of the series. Dwyane Wade scored a postseason-high 20 paint points on 10-of-12 shooting (83.3%).

  • The Heat shot 11-of-15 off drives by LeBron James and Dwyane Wade in Game 4, with Wade hitting all 6 of his field goals off his drives. As a team, the Heat hadn't made more than 6 field goals off their drives in a game this series.

  • In addition to increased success inside the paint, LeBron James made 8-of-11 shots for 17 points outside the paint in Game 4, his most makes and points from that area in any NBA Finals game in his career. James entered the game shooting 19.5% on such shots against the Spurs in the Finals and did not shoot better than 50% in any of the previous 7 matchups (2-of-14 in Game 3).

  • The Spurs scored a series-high 29 points on Tony Parker drives, but only 8 in the second half after running Parker off fewer screens. Parker ran off 9 screens in the second half, compared with 31 in the first.

  • Spurs Win Pct in NBA Finals - By Opponent Points Scored

    96 or more.0000-4
    95 or fewer.81818-2
    *Allowed 109 in Game 4 loss

  • Most Points Allowed in Finals Game - Spurs History

    2013 Game 4109Heat
    2013 Game 2103Heat
    2005 Game 4102Pistons

  • LeBron James at Spurs - In NBA Finals

    1st 3 GamesGame 4 Thursday
    FG pct34.560.0
    TO PG4.71
    Team W-L0-3Won
    *2007 and 2013 NBA Finals

  • The Heat improve to 6-0 this postseason following losses (outscoring opponents by 20.7 PPG in those games).They are 12-0 following losses dating back to regular season...have not lost consecutive games since Jan. 8-10).

  • Dwyane Wade - 2013 NBA Finals

    Games 1-3Game 4
    FG pct44.256.0
    * Playoff Career High

  • Won After Losing Previous Game By 34+ - NBA Finals History

    Lost by3634
    Series result?Won

  • The Heat are 6-0 following losses this postseason. Only four teams in NBA history finished a postseason by going 6-0 or better - and each won the title.

  • Teammates To Each Score 30+ Pts - NBA Finals Road Win

    Thu.LeBron JamesDwyane Wade
    2002Shaquille O'NealKobe Bryant
    2001Shaquille O'NealKobe Bryant
    1995Hakeem OlajuwonSam Cassell
    1991Michael JordanScottie Pippen
    * Last 5 Instances

  • From Elias: Dwyane Wade joins Isiah Thomas as the only players in NBA Finals history to record at least 30 points and 6 steals in a single game:

  • From Elias: D-Wade is the 5th player in NBA Finals history to record at least 30 points, 5 rebounds and 5 steals in an NBA Finals game - and he joins NBA royalty on the list:

  • Each of the Big 3 exceeded their scoring average by quite a bit in Game 4... a must-win game, and LeBron, D-Wade and Bosh delivered...

  • This is the 1st time since acquiring LeBron James and Chris Bosh that the Heat will have played at least 10 games without winning 2 in a row (Game 5 vs Bulls-Game 1 vs Pacers).Miami has not played that many games without winning 2 straight in MORE THAN 4 YEARS, since a 16-game span in Jan.-March 2009.


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