Last nights game between The Heat and Spurs left fans stunned as San Antonio  steamrolled over the defending champs AGAIN, winning game 4 107-86 and taking a commanding 3-1 series lead.

After game 3’s crushing loss everyone expected LeBron James and the rest of The Heat to come out swinging: Miami has won an astonishing 13 playoff games following a loss- until now.

Miami seemed to have no life in them and were quite simply outplayed by The Spurs, who are playing the best basketball of their lives

The Spurs led from start to finish and shot an impressive 55.6 shooting percentage and spectacular ball movement.  It was once again a team effort, with everyone contributing as Kawhi Leonard put on a another show-stopping performance, including a larger-than-life dunk off a Patty Mills 3 pointer in the 2nd quarter.  

Leonard led the team with 20 points, 14 rebounds, 3 blocks, 3 assists and 3 steals.  Tony Parker had 19 points and Tim Duncan had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Miami was led by James, who had 28 points and was suffering from stomach pains.  Dwayne Wade was almost non-existent with 10 points on 3-13 shooting.  

The Heat once again made a run in the 3rd quarter, but could not get any real rhythm going and never got the lead below 13, handing Miami their second straight home loss. 

San Antonio seems destined to win the title and history is on their side: no team in NBA history has come back after being down 3-1( 31 teams have tried). 

Game 5 takes place in San Antonio on Sunday June 15 at 8 P.M. (EST) on ABC.

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