Best Tweets from Miami Heat's Battle with San Antonio Spurs

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Best Tweets from Miami Heat's Battle with San Antonio Spurs
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The Miami Heat suffered their worst loss of the season, falling 111-87 against the San Antonio Spurs.

LeBron James had one of his worst shooting performances of the year, yet still nearly picked up a triple-double. His struggles were largely due to great defense by Kawhi Leonard.

Tim Duncan had a great performance, as did many other members of the San Antonio Spurs. LeBron James struggled, so it was a safe bet that the team would not be able to pick up the slack. LeBron James is the team leader in points, rebounds and assists.

This was expected to be a good matchup, considering it was a rematch of last year’s finals. The game was a fun one to follow, still. Here is a collection of the best Tweets throughout the game.

 TNT was setting the tone in the pregame.

 Fans were tuned in.

 LeBron got rid of the mask early.

 Memories stirring of Miami's previous game.

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 Tim Duncan began heating up.

 Heat down early.

Spurs seem to be riding high.

While San Antonio is showing out, people question if Miami even showed up.

 Big question looming for Miami.

 This picture was too good to pass up.

 Boris Diaw was hot tonight, scoring big when it mattered most.

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One silver lining for Miami tonight.

 Local NFL stars Brian Orakpo and Jamaal Charles were enjoying the game.


 It is about time people take notice. One of the best players on the court tonight. 

 Not quite Jim Carey.

 Duncan with the double-double.

 Kawhi Leonard proving something that he has already proven. Vastly underrated.

Talking about LeBron here... Yikes. Giving the MVP race right back to KD. 

 I hate when I agree with Skip.

 Did the game mean a lot, or is it "just one game?"

 Big game for the veteran big man.

Summary of the night.

The San Antonio Spurs are now only half of a game behind the Oklahoma City Thunder for first place in the Western Conference. It was a great display by the Spurs to defeat the Heat the way they did. Unfortunately, Skip Bayless went a bit overboard… I know, shocking. Skip used the conclusion of this game to tweet out what appears to be his NBA Finals prediction…..

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