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Back in Business: Miami turns up the Heat and evens the score (to say the least) defeating the visiting San Antonio Spurs 103-84 @ American Airlines Arena in Game 2 of the 2013 NBA Finals. Leading the defending world champions in points was not the best player on the planet LeBron James, it wasn't 2x champ and this year's recipient of the Humanitarian Award Dwyane Wade, nor was it 8x league All-Star Chris Bosh ( many considered to be the less heralded member of South Beach's Big 3), but instead it was Mario Chalmers pouring in 19 points in part to a rout on Sunday night. What was the biggest difference in the win? What adjustments did Miami make in their key to victory to stand victorious as opposed to Game 1's disappointing loss? What should we now expect from both teams going into San Antonio for games 3, 4, and 5? These questions answered tonight on Tate's Take!!!
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