Heat vs Spurs Game 2 result | 2013 NBA Finals (June 9, 2013 highlights video replay)

Miami Heat play against the San Antonio Spurs in the 2013 NBA Finals. Game 2 took place at the American Airlines Arena on Sunday, June 9, 2013. Check out the highlights video replay here.

At the start it was a tight game, but Miami started to pull away in the last minutes of the first half. Initially, LeBron James was noticeably uninvolved in the first half. Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers kept the Heat ahead by five at halftime.

James errupted in the second half. He played so well offensively and defensively, grabbing rebounds and steals and had provided teammates Mike Miller and Ray Allen three-point opportunities and himself made big, explosive shots. He had an exceptional performance particularly in the fourth period.

Miami literally controlled and dominated Game 2, leading as much as 27 points at the final period, and eventually won to tie the series against San Antonio, 1-1. Chalmers had 19 points for the Heat.

An aggressive James was on fire in all departments; check out his game stats. The 28-year-old Heat forward had 17 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 blocks, and 3 steals.

Before sealing the win for the Heat, ‘King James’ made some game highlights: a sensational block on a dunk try, a pass, and a slam dunk within just a few seconds.

Scores per quarter: SA Spurs vs Miami Heat 22-22, 45 - 50, 65 - 75, 84-103; Miami wins!

Spurs will have homecourt advantage Tuesday, June 11. Game 3 will happen at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

The highlights video replay of the 2013 NBA Finals game 2 between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs has been embedded.

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