Heat-Spurs Game 4 Photos

Miami ties the Finals at 2-2 behind a vintage Dwyane Wade performance.

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The Miami Heat had a lot to lose in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. Lose, and they'd be down 3-1, a margin that has never been overcome in the NBA Finals.
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But Miami prevailed, winning 109-93 behind a combined 85 points from the Big Three.
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LeBron James went with a camouflage theme in his pregame attire, reminiscent of the 1986 Miami Hurricanes. Unlike the Canes, who lost the Fiesta Bowl after their own fatigues incident, James and the Heat came out on top.
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Dwyane Wade put on one of the best Finals performances of his career. He finished with 32 points, 6 rebounds and 6 steals. The last player to score 30 with 6 steals in the Finals was Isaiah Thomas in 1988.
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LeBron James led all scorers with 33 points, adding 11 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 blocks.
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Chris Bosh had a productive night as well, finishing with 20 points, 13 rebounds, and 2 blocks. He was a force in the paint on defense.
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Danny Green (above) and Gary Neal shot well for the second straight game, but the Heat only allowed the two to attempt 9 three-pointers combined. Green scored 10.
The Heat outscored San Antonio in the paint 50-38, while San Antonio committed 19 turnovers (which turned into 23 Heat points).
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Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 20 points, but he only grabbed 5 rebounds, neutralized on the glass by Bosh.
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Tony Parker was questionable before the game with a strained hamstring, but he did not look hurt. He scored 15 points, but all of those came in the first half.
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Manu Ginobili's struggles continued. He scored only 5 points, and the Spurs were outscored by 22 points during his 26 minutes.
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Wade, James and the Heat ensured that the series will return to Miami for Game 6. But first, Game 5 tips off on Sunday from San Antonio.
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