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Basketball

Miami Beats The Spurs
Posted by Luis Cuevas on Apr 1, 2013 - 10:11:26 PM

SAN ANTONIO, TX—On Sunday, March 31, The Miami Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs without Lebron James and Dwayne Wade. The Heat visited The Spurs without two of the big three. On their previous meeting in Miami, San Antonio controversially sent their big three back to San Antonio for no reason, but lost the game. This time Miami sat two of their big three and won the game with the help of Chris Bosh.

 

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Lebron James

Chris Bosh led the Heat to the victory scoring 23 points including the game winning three pointer with 1.9 seconds left. Miami won the game 88-86, without their starting point guard Mario Chalmers. Ray Allen scored 14 points for Miami, Norris Cole had 13 points and Mike Miller had 12 points to contribute to the win.

 

After the win Lebron James tweeted “Man i love my teammates!!! Big time win. @chrisbosh big time shot! #Heatles." Lebron James was ecstatic about the performance of his teammates beating the team with the second best record in the NBA. Tim Duncan had 17 point and 12 rebounds, which wasn’t enough to prevent Miami from breaking San Antonio’s seven home game winning streak.

 

San Antonio (55-18) next plays at Memphis on Monday. Miami Heat (58-15) next play at home on Tuesday against the New York Knicks who are on an eight game winning streak.

 



 

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