Heat dominate Spurs in final quarter

Miami Heat's LeBron James dunks the ball against San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green in the second half...

Miami Heat's LeBron James dunks the ball against San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green in the second half of Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night in Miami. (Reuters)

MIKE GANTER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:01 AM ET

The Heat just don’t lose two games in a row.

They haven’t done so since Jan. 10 of this year.

That’s a total of 130 days and counting since the Heat last tasted defeat in consecutive games.

Early on Sunday night in Miami it looked like that streak might be in jeopardy. LeBron James looked uninterested, particularly in scoring.

Danny Green looked like he might never miss.

For 33 minutes it looked like the Spurs would head home for three games on their own court with a 2-0 lead.

But a one-point lead by San Antonio with three minutes to go in the third quarter was the final spark of life for the Spurs on this night.

A lock-down final 15 minutes by Miami saw the Spurs unable to get a shot off in the paint, a good look from three or just about anything at all as the Heat went on to a 103-84 win.


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