After a bruising loss to the defending champion Miami Heat in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs are back in the confines of home where they were nearly unstoppable with a 35-6 record.
After a 103-84 route in Miami, the Spurs are feeling lucky to be in the position they are in.
“If you would have asked me before heading to Miami, I would have said O.K., I’ll take it,” Manu Ginobili said after splitting the first two games of the series. “You don’t want to play like this in an N.B.A. finals.”
Tickets are still available for all three remaining home games