Spurs rebound in back-and-forth NBA Finals

San Antonio Spurs' Tiago Splitter (right) celebrates with teammate Gary Neal during Game 3 of the...

San Antonio Spurs' Tiago Splitter (right) celebrates with teammate Gary Neal during Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat on Tuesday night. (Reuters)

MIKE GANTER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:48 AM ET

The way this series is shaping up, it’s going to be the team that can put two performances together in back-to-back games that will be crowned champ.

It’s been the Spurs in a close one, the Heat in a walk and then the Spurs in a walk.

Tuesday night it was all Spurs in a 113-77 win, the third largest margin of victory in an NBA Finals game.

Miami though hasn’t had two poor outings back-to-back since January. The Spurs, at least in the playoffs, have shown no signs of letting one loss turn into two.

Tuesday night it was the Spurs turn to answer a sub-par performance and just like the Heat did in Game 2, they were up to the task.

Riding the hot three-point shooting of Gary Neal and Danny Green, the Spurs did exactly what the Heat did in the third quarter on Sunday and ran away from their opponent.

But make no mistake, every game in this series has been won on the defensive end.

Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich managed to reveal at least that in


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