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.

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

    ... and this one that immediately followed.

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

    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.)

    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.)

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