By Andy Simancas
The Miami Heat tied the best of seven game series at two, behind a great effort by Dwyane Wade who reminded Heat fans of the 2006 NBA Finals against Dallas with 32 points on 14-25 shooting.
Lebron James was the leading scorer with 33 points on 15-25 shooting and 11 rebounds after a horrendous game three.
Chris Bosh, who has been missing in action since the Chicago series came back to life with 20 points on 8-14 shooting and Ray Allen added 14 points on 5-10 shooting.
The San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan had a great game with 20 points on 6-10 shooting and 8-10 from the charity line. Tony Parker, who is battling a hamstring injuring, had 15 points on 7-16 shooting and Gary Neal added 13 points after a stellar game three performance. Kwahi Leonard added 12 points on 5-10 shooting and Danny Green had 12.
The Heat shot 53% from the field in comparison to the Spurs who struggled from the field shooting 44%.
The Spurs didn’t make 16 three pointers this time, but they did go 8-16 from three point land shooting 50%.
The Heat didn’t take a lot of three pointers shooting 12 and only making four 33 % from three point range.
The Heat outrebounded the Spurs 41-36 and outscored them in the paint 50-38.
The Heat and Spurs resume game five of the NBA Finals on Sunday at the At&t center in San Antonio,Texas tip-off set at 8:00 pm.