Heat comeback unlikely against powerful Spurs

Spurs' Tim Duncan (left) looks to pass as Chris Bosh of the Heat defends during Game 4 of the NBA...

Spurs' Tim Duncan (left) looks to pass as Chris Bosh of the Heat defends during Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday in Miami. (AFP/PHOTO)

RYAN WOLSTAT, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:21 PM ET

The only question that remains at the NBA Finals is whether the two-time defending champion Heat will keep going down meekly, or will put up some fight to stave off execution for another day.

Otherwise, this thing is over. San Antonio is just too good, too skilled, too efficient, too talented, too well-coached, for the Heat and the world’s best player, LeBron James, to stop.

The Spurs won 62 games in the ultra-tough West, despite judiciously resting its stars and is also fueled by last year’s stunning Game 6 collapse, which was followed by a competitive seventh game that the Heat waited until the fourth quarter to take control of.


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