NBA Finals Game 4 Recap: Miami embarrassed on home floor again as Spurs take a commanding 3-1 lead
Tony Parker, whom Charles Barkley feels is the best point guard in the league, led the Spurs with 12 points, and, crazily, no assists considering how well the Spurs moved the ball.
Newly anointed superstar Kawhi Leonard contributed 8 points and 8 rebounds.
That stat line included this exclamation point completely unimpeded rebound slam that was a result of a missed box out from LeBron James at the end of the half.
It should also be noted, Dwyane Wade looked horrible in the first 24 minutes for the Heat on 1-7 shooting.
LeBron came out determined after the break scoring 10 points in first 4 minutes to cut the Spurs lead to 13.
San Antonio responded again, however, taking a 24 point lead into a timeout after a 3 by Kawhi with 3:48 to go in the third.
Miami never really got back into the game as Leonard finished with 20 points, 14 rebounds 3 blocks and 3 steals on the way to a 107-86 San Antonio win.
Final thought: In the history of the NBA Finals teams are 0 for 31 when trailing 3-1.
.@BillSimmons must not believe in math. 31 times in #NBAFinals teams have gone down 3-1 and 31 times they've lost. #Spurs #Heat @JalenRose— Clint Corey (@ClintCorey) June 13, 2014
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