In two games of the NBA Finals San Antonio has been about bouncing back from Miami's runs throughout the series. The Heat's offense is all about that offensive onslaught.
The San Antonio Spurs withstood it and had a run of their own to end the first half.
Gary Neal's buzzer-beating 3-pointer off Danny Green's block of LeBron James (or at least really good contest) capped off a 6-0 run to end the first half to give San Antonio a 50-44 lead at the half.
So far, San Antonio has been able to get out on the break some and have made 3-pointers. Like Game Two, the Spurs got a lift from an unlikely source with Gary Neal scoring 14 points. Tim Duncan has 10 first-half points.
For Miami, Dwyane Wade has been active scoring 12 points. Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green have done a very good job defending LeBron James. He has only four points on 2-for-8 shooting to go with six rebounds and four assists.