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The Miami Heat booked their place in their third consecutive NBA Finals with a dominant 99-76 win over the Indiana Pacers. The win sets up a meeting against the San Antonio Spurs with Miami set to host Game one on Thursday night. LeBron James, who shook hands with David Beckham, top-scored with 32 points, while Dywane Wade awoke from his slumber to score his first 20-point game since Game two against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round.

 

Ray Allen added 10 points and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks, as the Heat when into half-time with a 52-37 lead meaning the contest was all but over. For Indiana the two players who have done most to get the team to this stage, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, had terrible games by their standards with both finding themselves in foul trouble.
Match Schedule:
Competition: NBA The  Play Off Finals
Team :  Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs
Location : AmericanAirlines Arena
Game 2
Date : Sunday, June 9, 2013
Kick Off Time : 8.00 PM (ET)
After scoring 28 points and 27 points in his last two games (and more than 20 points two more times in the series) George had just seven points in Game seven and fouled out with almost eight minutes left Hibbert fared slightly better with 18 points and eight rebounds but he had been averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game, and missed key parts of the game that allowed Miami to extend an insurmountable lead.
Indiana also committed 21 turnovers, 15 by half-time, and lost the rebounding battle – a key area where they had previously been dominant – 43-36. ‘They taught us a lesson,’ said Indiana coach Frank Vogel. ‘This team has been there before. They have been to the championship. They’ve won it all. And they know how to ratchet up their defence at a level that just imposes their will on a basketball game.’

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with Hubie Brown about the adjustments Miami must make if they want to win Game 5, and ultimately the series. Miami’s LeBron James and Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson have all been fined $5,000 by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy.

The Miami Heat booked their place in their third consecutive NBA Finals with a dominant 99-76 win over the Indiana Pacers. The win sets up a meeting against the San Antonio Spurs with Miami set to host Game one on Thursday night. LeBron James, who shook hands with David Beckham, top-scored with 32 points, while Dywane Wade awoke from his slumber to score his first 20-point game since Game two against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round.

 

Ray Allen added 10 points and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks, as the Heat when into half-time with a 52-37 lead meaning the contest was all but over. For Indiana the two players who have done most to get the team to this stage, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, had terrible games by their standards with both finding themselves in foul trouble.
Match Schedule:
Competition: NBA The  Play Off Finals
Team :  Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs
Location : AmericanAirlines Arena
Game 2
Date : Sunday, June 9, 2013
Kick Off Time : 8.00 PM (ET)
After scoring 28 points and 27 points in his last two games (and more than 20 points two more times in the series) George had just seven points in Game seven and fouled out with almost eight minutes left Hibbert fared slightly better with 18 points and eight rebounds but he had been averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game, and missed key parts of the game that allowed Miami to extend an insurmountable lead.
Indiana also committed 21 turnovers, 15 by half-time, and lost the rebounding battle – a key area where they had previously been dominant – 43-36. ‘They taught us a lesson,’ said Indiana coach Frank Vogel. ‘This team has been there before. They have been to the championship. They’ve won it all. And they know how to ratchet up their defence at a level that just imposes their will on a basketball game.’

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with Hubie Brown about the adjustments Miami must make if they want to win Game 5, and ultimately the series. Miami’s LeBron James and Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson have all been fined $5,000 by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy.

The Miami Heat booked their place in their third consecutive NBA Finals with a dominant 99-76 win over the Indiana Pacers. The win sets up a meeting against the San Antonio Spurs with Miami set to host Game one on Thursday night. LeBron James, who shook hands with David Beckham, top-scored with 32 points, while Dywane Wade awoke from his slumber to score his first 20-point game since Game two against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round.

 

Ray Allen added 10 points and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks, as the Heat when into half-time with a 52-37 lead meaning the contest was all but over. For Indiana the two players who have done most to get the team to this stage, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, had terrible games by their standards with both finding themselves in foul trouble.
Match Schedule:
Competition: NBA The  Play Off Finals
Team :  Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs
Location : AmericanAirlines Arena
Game 2
Date : Sunday, June 9, 2013
Kick Off Time : 8.00 PM (ET)
After scoring 28 points and 27 points in his last two games (and more than 20 points two more times in the series) George had just seven points in Game seven and fouled out with almost eight minutes left Hibbert fared slightly better with 18 points and eight rebounds but he had been averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game, and missed key parts of the game that allowed Miami to extend an insurmountable lead.
Indiana also committed 21 turnovers, 15 by half-time, and lost the rebounding battle – a key area where they had previously been dominant – 43-36. ‘They taught us a lesson,’ said Indiana coach Frank Vogel. ‘This team has been there before. They have been to the championship. They’ve won it all. And they know how to ratchet up their defence at a level that just imposes their will on a basketball game.’

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with Hubie Brown about the adjustments Miami must make if they want to win Game 5, and ultimately the series. Miami’s LeBron James and Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson have all been fined $5,000 by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy.

The Miami Heat booked their place in their third consecutive NBA Finals with a dominant 99-76 win over the Indiana Pacers. The win sets up a meeting against the San Antonio Spurs with Miami set to host Game one on Thursday night. LeBron James, who shook hands with David Beckham, top-scored with 32 points, while Dywane Wade awoke from his slumber to score his first 20-point game since Game two against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round.

 

Ray Allen added 10 points and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks, as the Heat when into half-time with a 52-37 lead meaning the contest was all but over. For Indiana the two players who have done most to get the team to this stage, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, had terrible games by their standards with both finding themselves in foul trouble.
Match Schedule:
Competition: NBA The  Play Off Finals
Team :  Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs
Location : AmericanAirlines Arena
Game 2
Date : Sunday, June 9, 2013
Kick Off Time : 8.00 PM (ET)
After scoring 28 points and 27 points in his last two games (and more than 20 points two more times in the series) George had just seven points in Game seven and fouled out with almost eight minutes left Hibbert fared slightly better with 18 points and eight rebounds but he had been averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game, and missed key parts of the game that allowed Miami to extend an insurmountable lead.
Indiana also committed 21 turnovers, 15 by half-time, and lost the rebounding battle – a key area where they had previously been dominant – 43-36. ‘They taught us a lesson,’ said Indiana coach Frank Vogel. ‘This team has been there before. They have been to the championship. They’ve won it all. And they know how to ratchet up their defence at a level that just imposes their will on a basketball game.’

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with Hubie Brown about the adjustments Miami must make if they want to win Game 5, and ultimately the series. Miami’s LeBron James and Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson have all been fined $5,000 by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy.

The Miami Heat booked their place in their third consecutive NBA Finals with a dominant 99-76 win over the Indiana Pacers. The win sets up a meeting against the San Antonio Spurs with Miami set to host Game one on Thursday night. LeBron James, who shook hands with David Beckham, top-scored with 32 points, while Dywane Wade awoke from his slumber to score his first 20-point game since Game two against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round.

 

Ray Allen added 10 points and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks, as the Heat when into half-time with a 52-37 lead meaning the contest was all but over. For Indiana the two players who have done most to get the team to this stage, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, had terrible games by their standards with both finding themselves in foul trouble.
Match Schedule:
Competition: NBA The  Play Off Finals
Team :  Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs
Location : AmericanAirlines Arena
Game 2
Date : Sunday, June 9, 2013
Kick Off Time : 8.00 PM (ET)
After scoring 28 points and 27 points in his last two games (and more than 20 points two more times in the series) George had just seven points in Game seven and fouled out with almost eight minutes left Hibbert fared slightly better with 18 points and eight rebounds but he had been averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game, and missed key parts of the game that allowed Miami to extend an insurmountable lead.
Indiana also committed 21 turnovers, 15 by half-time, and lost the rebounding battle – a key area where they had previously been dominant – 43-36. ‘They taught us a lesson,’ said Indiana coach Frank Vogel. ‘This team has been there before. They have been to the championship. They’ve won it all. And they know how to ratchet up their defence at a level that just imposes their will on a basketball game.’

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with Hubie Brown about the adjustments Miami must make if they want to win Game 5, and ultimately the series. Miami’s LeBron James and Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson have all been fined $5,000 by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy.

The Miami Heat booked their place in their third consecutive NBA Finals with a dominant 99-76 win over the Indiana Pacers. The win sets up a meeting against the San Antonio Spurs with Miami set to host Game one on Thursday night. LeBron James, who shook hands with David Beckham, top-scored with 32 points, while Dywane Wade awoke from his slumber to score his first 20-point game since Game two against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round.

 

Ray Allen added 10 points and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks, as the Heat when into half-time with a 52-37 lead meaning the contest was all but over. For Indiana the two players who have done most to get the team to this stage, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, had terrible games by their standards with both finding themselves in foul trouble.
Match Schedule:
Competition: NBA The  Play Off Finals
Team :  Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs
Location : AmericanAirlines Arena
Game 2
Date : Sunday, June 9, 2013
Kick Off Time : 8.00 PM (ET)
After scoring 28 points and 27 points in his last two games (and more than 20 points two more times in the series) George had just seven points in Game seven and fouled out with almost eight minutes left Hibbert fared slightly better with 18 points and eight rebounds but he had been averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game, and missed key parts of the game that allowed Miami to extend an insurmountable lead.
Indiana also committed 21 turnovers, 15 by half-time, and lost the rebounding battle – a key area where they had previously been dominant – 43-36. ‘They taught us a lesson,’ said Indiana coach Frank Vogel. ‘This team has been there before. They have been to the championship. They’ve won it all. And they know how to ratchet up their defence at a level that just imposes their will on a basketball game.’

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with Hubie Brown about the adjustments Miami must make if they want to win Game 5, and ultimately the series. Miami’s LeBron James and Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson have all been fined $5,000 by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy.

The Miami Heat booked their place in their third consecutive NBA Finals with a dominant 99-76 win over the Indiana Pacers. The win sets up a meeting against the San Antonio Spurs with Miami set to host Game one on Thursday night. LeBron James, who shook hands with David Beckham, top-scored with 32 points, while Dywane Wade awoke from his slumber to score his first 20-point game since Game two against the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round.

 

Ray Allen added 10 points and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks, as the Heat when into half-time with a 52-37 lead meaning the contest was all but over. For Indiana the two players who have done most to get the team to this stage, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, had terrible games by their standards with both finding themselves in foul trouble.
Match Schedule:
Competition: NBA The  Play Off Finals
Team :  Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs
Location : AmericanAirlines Arena
Game 2
Date : Sunday, June 9, 2013
Kick Off Time : 8.00 PM (ET)
After scoring 28 points and 27 points in his last two games (and more than 20 points two more times in the series) George had just seven points in Game seven and fouled out with almost eight minutes left Hibbert fared slightly better with 18 points and eight rebounds but he had been averaging more than 20 points and 10 rebounds per game, and missed key parts of the game that allowed Miami to extend an insurmountable lead.
Indiana also committed 21 turnovers, 15 by half-time, and lost the rebounding battle – a key area where they had previously been dominant – 43-36. ‘They taught us a lesson,’ said Indiana coach Frank Vogel. ‘This team has been there before. They have been to the championship. They’ve won it all. And they know how to ratchet up their defence at a level that just imposes their will on a basketball game.’

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra talks with Hubie Brown about the adjustments Miami must make if they want to win Game 5, and ultimately the series. Miami’s LeBron James and Indiana’s David West and Lance Stephenson have all been fined $5,000 by the NBA for violating the league’s anti-flopping policy.

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