Spurs vs. Heat Game 1 NBA Finals: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Tony Parker scores 21 points as the Spurs steal Game 1 in Miami, 92-88. LeBron James had triple-double in a losing effort.
Tony Parker scores 21 points as the Spurs steal Game 1 from the Heat 92-88.
FINAL in Game 1. The Spurs beat the Heat 92-88 to take a 1-0 lead in the NBA Finals.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) June 7, 2013
Parker's basket is good. Spurs 92-88, 5.2 seconds left.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) June 7, 2013
Tony Parker falls down and still hits the bank shot. They are looking to see if he got it off in time.
A missed three by Bosh gives the Spurs the ball and a 4-point lead.
Chris Bosh is not a shooting guard, despite the Heat insistence to the contrary.— Tim Reynolds (@ByTimReynolds) June 7, 2013
Crafty move from Tim sends him to the line as well. He goes 2 for 2.— Pounding the Rock (@poundingtherock) June 7, 2013
Duncan going to the line with 1:08 left.
That was all of the Tim Duncan there. Patient pump fake, drive to the rim, draw the foul.— Dan McCarney (@danmccarneysaen) June 7, 2013
A trio of Ray Allen free throws makes it a two-point game. Spurs 88, Heat 86, 1:25 left.— The NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) June 7, 2013
Danny Green drills a three to put the Spurs up 7.
LBJ picks up Parker.— Dan Devine (@YourManDevine) June 7, 2013
LeBron James on the follow to make it a 4-point game again.
Parker was Finals MVP in '07 and he's only gotten better annually since then...and yet he's still underrated. That could change this year.— NBA Guru (@NBAGuru) June 7, 2013
Tony Parker rises up Mario Chalmers and hits the jumper to put the Spurs up 6.
It's a 4-point game with just over 4 minutes left.
And now Ray Allen is missing free throws. That thing where things are breaking the Spurs way keeps happening.— Dan McCarney (@danmccarneysaen) June 7, 2013
Tony Parker with the spin move by Norris Cole to put the Spurs up 3.
Leonard with the follow to put the Spurs back up by 1.
Spurs' first lead since 2:50 left in the first quarter. Spurs 77, Heat 76— Joseph Goodman (@JoeGoodmanJr) June 7, 2013
Tim Duncan gets ready to check back in with the Spurs down 1.
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