Field Goal %
- SA 50.0
- 58.1 MIA
Three Point %
- SA 27.3
- 42.1 MIA
- SA 12
- 14 MIA
- SA 33
- 41 MIA
- Miami, FL
0:00 - 4th Quarter
End of Game
Tony Parker came into the game second in the NBA in drives per game (10.6 drives per game), according to player tracking data on NBA.com. After having six drives in the first half resulting in 11 Spurs points, Parker did not have a single drive in the second half. In particular, Parker was limited to a season-low 2 points in the pick and roll.
Chris Bosh finished with 24 points on 9-of-10 shooting from the floor against the Spurs, going 5-of-5 against Tim Duncan. Bosh helped spread the floor for the Heat, making six field goals outside 15 feet, the most makes he's had against the Spurs, including playoffs, since joining the Heat (2010).
- In his last 7 games, Bosh has averaged 24 points per game on 61.1% shooting.
The Spurs have one of the best defenses in the NBA, ranking in the top 5 in defensive efficiency (99.1 points per 100 possessions), points per game allowed (96.5 PPG allowed) and field goal percentage (44.3%). On Sunday, they allowed the Heat to shoot 58.1% from the floor and gave up the second-most points this season (113 points).
Here's a look at some of the sad Celtics fan's faces during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Although LeBron James was diplomatic and said it didn't bother him that he wasn't included among the three finalists for the MVP award, the Cavaliers star later questioned the decision and lamented that he hasn't "been fourth in a long time."
Celtics' rookie Jaylen Brown said he had no fear of LeBron James before Game 2, but that confidence couldn't stop another blowout loss.