QuickCap: Miami Turns Up The Heat; Win Game 4 109-93; Series Tied 2-2

By Michael Rehome

Jun 13, 2013; San Antonio, TX, USA; Miami Heat shooting guard Dwyane Wade (3) brings the ball up the court against the San Antonio Spurs during the fourth quarter of game four of the 2013 NBA Finals at the AT

The Miami Heat responded once again after a loss as they have done so five previous times.  The story of the game would have to be the play of the ‘Big 3’ for the Heat.  They came out the way we all knew they would, with aggression and knowing that this was a must win for them in this series.

Wade, James and Bosh combined to score 85 of the teams 106 total points.  Dwyane Wade looked to be back to his days where he got the nickname ‘Flash’ as he scored 32 points on 14 of 25 from the floor.  James with 33 points, also shot the ball 25 times hitting 15.

For the San Antonio Spurs, the story was that of the 19 turnovers of the game.  Miami came in with much pressure and forced the ball handlers to make decisions, in this case, bad ones.  Tim Duncan led the Spurs with a team high 20.  Tony Parker, with a bad hamstring, looked to have had no effects from it as he finished with 15 points.  He was held scoreless in the second half.

The series is now tied up at two games a piece as there will now be a game five in Miami.

We will have our full recap up shortly.