Spurs Regain Series Lead

By Scott Leber | sleber@wtvo.com

Published 06/10 2014 10:55PM

Updated 06/10 2014 10:59PM

MIAMI-So much for the Heat's 11 game winning streak in the playoffs on their home court. The Spurs ran the Heat out of their own arena Tuesday in game three of the NBA Finals 111-92.

The Spurs dominated early scoring 41 points in the first quarter and 71 points in the first half to lead by 21. The Heat did make a little run in the second half, but they never got the deficit down to single digits.

Kawhi Leonard led the Spurs by scoring 29 points. He also had two steals, two blocked shots, and he did a superb job defending LeBron James.
James did finish with 22 points, but he had seven turnovers.  Dwyane Wade also scored 22 points.  The Heat turned the ball over 20 times.

The Spurs lead the series two games to one. Game four will be played Thursday night at 8 p.m. on WTVO 17.

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