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Spurs go for Championship #5 on Sunday.

Spurs Steamroll Heat 107-86, Lead Series 3-1



Lebron James brought his A-game on Thursday night.  The rest of the Heat?  Not so much. 

The San Antonio Spurs prevailed in Miami for the second game in a row with strong performances from Kawhi Leonard (20 points, 14 rebounds) and Tony Parker (19 points) to take a 3-1 series lead heading into Game 5.  Tim Duncan (10 points, 11 rebounds) posted his 158th career double-double, passing Magic Johnson for most all-time in the NBA playoffs.

For the Heat, James scored 28 points and had 8 boards.  He was taken out of the game in the 4th quarter. 

The Spurs held a 19-point lead heading in to halftime, and they didn't look back after that, leading by as many as 24 points different points of the 3rd quarter.

The Spurs can clinch the Series and claim their 5th championship with a win in Game 5 at Miami Sunday night.  We'll have coverage of that game following the conclusion of the US Open right here on WGR. 

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06/12/2014 11:43PM
Spurs Steamroll Heat, Lead Series 3-1
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06/13/2014 8:48AM
Beautiful
Come on Spurs...end it Sunday. Tired of the Lebron talk.
06/13/2014 10:50AM
NO POSTS ON STANLEY CUP FINALS IN WALMART LAND!!!!
But I know, KINGS IN 5!!! WHO'S ELITE? WHERE'S ELITE? I AM ELITE! SAY MY NAME. WALMART= "THEEEEEEEEEE BIGGEST NICKLE AND DIME LOoSER FRANCHISE IN ALL OF PRO SPORTS!!!!"
06/13/2014 8:24PM
It's 2-2-1-1-1 format
I think you need check the venue...it's at San Antonio in front of the home fans this Sunday. They switched playoff format this year. Go Spurs..best team of the century so far!
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How much should EJ Manuel play Sunday night?
  Only a series or two
  One quarter
  Two quarters
  Three quarters
  The entire game
 
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