Everything rides on the stars for NBA Finals Game 3

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Everything rides on the stars for NBA Finals Game 3

Tony Parker disappointed in Game 2, turning the ball over five times after having zero turnovers in Game 1. (Greg Nelson/SI). MIAMI — LeBron James' block will stand as the most enduring moment, but Game 2 had already

When it comes to historic player performances, the conference playoffs get no love. You can name and debate the best regular seasons and the best NBA Finals efforts, but the best overall postseason run doesn't spark the imagination quite the same way.

On a night that James didn't have much offensively for a majority of the game, his block on driving Tiago Splitter exemplified the defensive effort that led to a 103-84 Miami Heat victory vs. the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.

MIAMI — The only benefit for the San Antonio Spurs in the 48 hours after their 103-84 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 will be the fortress of solitude they've built for themselves over the years, the quiet refuge they've willfully sought while others

Heading into last night's Game 1 against the Miami Heat, the San Antonio Spurs had exactly nine days of rest, something that became something of a sto.

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