Spurs ready themselves for Game three after routing Heat in Game two

The San Antonio Spurs will walk into the AT&T Center tonight knowing that they are only two games away from a fifth NBA Title and another humiliation of “the anointed one” LeBron James at the hands of the Spurs.

“My Cleveland team, we were very young, and we went up against a very experienced team, well-coached team. And they (the Spurs) took advantage of everything that we did.”

While the Heat “Big Three” of Wade, Bosch and James is a much more appealing than Llgauskas, Hughes and Gooden, the Wade and Bosch have done pretty much all they can to help secure a victory but  the “Anointed One” has not been on target.

“I’ll be better,” James said on Wednesday,  “I’ll be much better [Thursday] night.”  “So I’m putting all the pressure on my chest, on my shoulders to come through for our team. That’s the way it is.”

Game 4 begins at 8:00 Eastern  and tickets for the AT&T Center are still available.

Spurs to face Heat in 2013 NBA Finals

When it was all said and done, the Miami Heat emerged from Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Miami Heat behind LeBron James’ 32 points and eight rebounds. This marks the third consecutive year that the Heat have made it into the NBA Finals.

“You never want to take anything for granted,” Point Guard Dwayne Wade said afterward. “Being here three straight years in a row, going back to the finals, is an amazing feat. I’m just glad we were able to do it. Everything that happened in the first six games didn’t mean anything to us. It was about tonight. It was about Game 7. It was about finding a way to win here at home.”

Game 1 of the NBA Finals is scheduled for Thursday June 6th.  Get your Tickets before they’re all gone!