San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat: Game 2 Postgame Grades and Analysis

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San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat: Game 2 Postgame Grades and Analysis
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Well, it looks like we're set for quite an epic NBA Finals. 

The Miami Heat used a massive second-half run to sink the San Antonio Spurs, 103-84, capped off by this insane block from LeBron James on Tiago Splitter's dunk attempt.

That block by LeBron certainly helps set the tone for the remainder of this series as both teams head to San Antonio for Game 3 on Tuesday.

LeBron James had a balanced night, with 17 points, eight rebounds, seven assists, three steals and three blocked shots.

While he didn't dominate in any one area, he helped facilitate the tempo, pace and overall flow of the game to everyone wearing a Heat jersey, including Mario Chalmers who had an impressive 19-point performance.

Tony Parker and Tim Duncan struggled to find their strokes in Game 2, combining for just 22 points on 8-of-27 shooting from the field. 

The Spurs weren't themselves in the second half, getting outscored 53-39 in the final two quarters. 

The pressure is now on the Spurs as the series heads back to San Antonio for what will be an extremely pivotal Game 3. 

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