Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs: Game 4 Postgame Grades and Analysis

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Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs: Game 4 Postgame Grades and Analysis
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So this is what the Miami Heat had in mind when LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh joined forces back in 2010.

Led by monstrous performances from LeBron and Wade, the Heat evened the NBA Finals at two games apiece with a convincing 109-93 victory over the San Antonio Spurs.

The Heat came out slow in the first quarter, trailing by double digits early on. A quick regroup saw them retake the lead before the period was over.

San Antonio pushed back in the second quarter, tying the game up at 49 before heading into the locker room. That effort carried over to the third quarter, though the Spurs entered the fourth down by five.

LeBron, Wade and Bosh then took over. They combined for 25 of the Heat's 28 fourth-quarter points, outscoring the Spurs on their own. 

With the series now guaranteed to head back to Miami for a Game 6 (at least), the Heat have to be feeling good. The Spurs, though? Not so much.

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