NBA Finals 2013 Game 4 Live Scores: Miami Heat vs Spurs

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NBA Finals 2013 Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs Game 4 Live Scores, Highlights and Final Results below...

It's now Game 4 of the NBA Finals 2013. The San Antonio Spurs are up 2-1 and hoping to make it 3-1 in another home win, while the Miami Heat try to pull even with the Spurs after being "massacred" in Texas during Game 3 (77-113).


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NBA Finals 2013 Game 4 - Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs series - turned out to be a classic game: action-packed, intense, thrilling and explosive.

The San Antonio Spurs were leading early in the 1st Quarter, having a 10-point lead over Miami Heat, 5-15, by 7:09 but the Heat later took the lead and finished the quarter 3 points ahead, 29-26.

In the 2nd Quarter, Miami Heat also posted their biggest lead of 10 points at 6:58, 41-31, but as of halftime, scores were tied at 49.

After posting his worst scoring record ever since the NBA 2013 Playoffs as well as in his last 34 games, Heat's Lebron James was more efficient in the scoring this Game 4 and already had 15 points after the 1st half.

It's worth noting that for Game 4, the Miami Heat changed their starting 5 lineup: Mike Miller in place of Udonis Haslem.

At 5:22 of the 3rd quarter, Lebron James' points totaled 21. It's the first time in the NBA Finals 2013 that Lebron reached the 20+ level in the scoring. He also had at this point 6 rebounds and 3 assists.

3rd Quarter finished with the Miami Heat on the lead, 81-76.

I must say, the Heat players stepped up big in Game 4. Or should I say, a big transformation when compared to their previous 3 games in the finals. After the 3rd, Lebron already had 24 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, while Dwyane Wade had 22 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Spurs' top-performing player by the end of the 3rd Qtr was Tony Parker with 15 points, 4 rebounds and 8 assists.

During the 4th Quarter, Chris Bosh hit 30 points at 6:24 of the 4th Quarter - his best scoring record ever during his last 33 games.

Lebron also hit the 30s with 58 seconds left in the 4th.

FINAL SCORES: 109-93 Series now even at 2-2.

Biggest lead in Game 4 was 16 points, made by Miami Heat 22 seconds left in the 4th Quarter after a 3-point shot by Lebron James, 109-93.

Miami Heat's Big 3 were so back in Game 4 and their stats would tell you why. Lebron James - 33 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists; Dwyane Wade - 32 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, 6 steals; Chris Bosh - 20 points, 10 rebounds.

Game 5 scheduled on June 16 (June 17 MLA time) will still be held for the 3rd and last time at San Antonio's home court, AT&T Center.

QUARTER SCORES: MIAMI HEAT VS SAN ANTONIO SPURS GAME 4
1st Quarter - 29-26
2nd Quarter - 49-49
3rd Quarter - 81-76
4th Quarter - 109-93

TEAM SCORES PER QUARTER:
Miami Heat - 1Q - 29 pts, 2Q - 20 pts, 3Q - 32 pts , 4Q - 28 pts
San Antonio Spurs - 1Q - 26 pts, 2Q - 23 pts, 3Q - 27 pts, 4Q - 17 pts

MIAMI HEAT SCORERS:
LeBron James - 33 pts
Dwyane Wade - 32 pts
Chris Bosh - 20 pts
Ray Allen - 14 pts
Mario Chalmers - 6 pts
Udonis Haslem - 2 pts
Shane Battier - 2 pts

SAN ANTONIO SPURS SCORERS:
Tim Duncan - 20 pts
Tony Parker - 15 pts
Gary Neal - 13 pts
Kawhi Leonard - 12 pts
Danny Green - 10 pts
Boris Diaw - 9 pts
Manu Ginobili - 5 pts
Tiago Splitter - 4 pts
Matt Bonner - 4 pts
Cory Joseph - 1 pt

HEAT VS SPURS GAMES SUMMARY:
Game 1 - Spurs win, 92-88, lead series 1-0.
Game 2 - Heat win, 84-103. Series tied 1-1.
Game 3 - Spurs win, 77-113, lead series 2-1.
Game 4 - Heat win, 109-93. Series tied 2-2.

NBA FINALS 2013 NEXT GAMES SCHEDULE: MIAMI HEAT VS SAN ANTONIO SPURS
Game 5 - June 16
Game 6 (if necessary) - June 18
Game 7 (if necessary) - June 20
[June 17, 19, 21 Manila time, telecast on ABS-CBN at 9AM]
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