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San Antonio got out to a slow start, they trailed Miami 22-6 in the opening moments in the first quarter. They seemed to have the Heat right where they wanted them.

The Spurs closed the gap to eight to tend the first quarter, then outscored the Heat 37-13 from the start of the second quarter to midway in the third. They never let up, blowing out Miami 104-87.  “We remember what happened last year and how it felt in that locker room and we used it and built on it and got back here and it’s amazing,” Tim Duncan said. “It makes last year OK.” The Heat won Game 6 and 7 last year to steal the title away from San Antonio.

 

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