Why That Matters:
– There are 7 games total in the series and the Spurs have won 1 in Miami and 1 at home
– Game 4 will be in San Antonio, which tends to give the team an edge and an extra push to win
– Spurs superstar Tony Parker injured his hamstring in last night’s game – he is due to get an MRI today – if he is not able to play the rest of the series, there is a definite decline in the chances that the Spurs will win it all
– Final score – 77 – 113
– The Spurs hit a NBA Finals record breaking 16 three point shots last night – that’s the most in a finals game in league history!
– Miami Heat superstar Lebron James was held to under 20 points for the 3rd consecutive game by the Spurs defense
– The Spurs’ “big 3” players (Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili) weren’t the superstars last night; Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard and Gary Neal were the ones leading the charge in points scored