Heat Blown Out By Barrage Of San Antonio Role-Player Three Pointers

Just like Gregg Popovich drew it up. (Sure.)

When Gary Neal’s buzzer-beating three put San Antonio up by six at halftime, it was only a sign of things to come in the second half.

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The Spurs slowed pulled away during the third, but Neal put it out of reach for good early in the fourth with this three …

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… and this one that immediately followed.

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Not even a waving Tiago Splitter could knock Neal off his game.

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In the end, the Spurs’ 36-point win — the third-largest in NBA Finals history — was keyed by two players you wouldn’t expect. (Advantage: San Antonio.)

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There was even a Tracy McGrady sighting, with this sweet pass to Splitter for the slam. The Spurs CANNOT BE STOPPED. (OK, they probably can, just not in this game.)

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And if you think Gregg Popovich will let this massive win change his demeanor, you don’t know Pop.

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