Great players aren't always great, they're only great when they have to be. Down 2-1 in the NBA Finals Lebron James was great in leading Miami to a 109-93 win over San Antonio. The big three played big.
James finished with 33 points and 11 rebounds, Dwayne Wade netted 32 points, and Chris Bosh added 20 points and 13 boards.
Wade has faded in the second half in the first three games of the finals. Wade tood 25 shots, added six steals while reminding us that is one the all-time great 2-guards in the history of the league.
The big three flipped the switch when they needed too. Its been their m.o. all season long. James, Wade and Bosh combined for 85 points.
The Heat only had seven offensive rebounds, but took 15 more shots. The reason they forced 18 San Antontio turnovers.
I thought the winner of Thursday night's game would win the series. The best of seven is now a best of three. And for the record the Heat still have not lost two in a row since Jan. 8 and 10.
Other thoughts I am so Worried about my dog Sparky, who had dizzy spells last night. I am taking him to vet this morning. So stressed out about it.
And my yard is still a mess. This has not been a great week. However, better days are ahead.