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3 Players Expected to Have a Bigger Offensive Impact on Game 2
Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The San Antonio Spurs won Game 1 by a narrow margin, but they realistically got good offensive production from only Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Danny Green throughout that game. The fact that only Duncan and Parker contributed well on offense this game and the Spurs still ended up winning should be alarming to some Miami Heat fans.

The Spurs and Heat will play Game 2 tomorrow night and some of the younger Spurs players should have shaken off some of the anxiety of playing in the NBA Finals.

The Heat aren't expected to struggle this much on offense for the entire series, so the Spurs will need other players to step up and contribute to the scoring load besides their two superstars.

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