It’s the 2013 NBA Finals all over again! The Miami Heat play the San Antonio Spurs on Nov. 14, and with all the bad blood between these squads, this game is going to be a good one. Don’t miss a second – click to watch!
It’s also the rematch of the 2014 NBA Finals – that’s how much history the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs have between each other. These teams will write another chapter in the long-running feud when the Heat roll up on the Spurs home turf. Get ready to watch this game, which is set for 8:30 PM ET.
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Last season, San Antonio went 40-1 at home, defending the AT&T center like it was a fortress of solid steel. Their record now looks like a rusted piece of tin, as they’ve already dropped three in a row, according to KSAT. The lost to the Utah Jazz, the surprisingly hot Los Angeles Clippers and their in-state rivals, the Houston Rockets.
The Spurs rebounded to beat the Rockets in Houston and the Detroit Pistons in San Antonio, so will they go back-to-back? “We’re making progress, and that’s what it’s about,” Pau Gasol, 36, said after beating the Rockets. “We’ve been playing much better on the road than we have at home. Hopefully we can come out with the same intensity and aggressiveness and continue to make progress.”
While the Spurs are trying to light a fire under their season, the Heat’s flame is struggling to burn. They’re without Goran Dragic, 30, who was essential in pushing the Spurs to the limit during the 2015-16 season, according to SB Nation. Dion Waiters, 24, will take Goran’s place, and will work with Josh Richardson to give the Spurs a headache the size of Texas.
Though, if there’s anything that could motivate Miami to shut down the Spurs, it’s Ray Allen. The 41-year-old NBA champion, whose epic shot in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA finals kept Miami alive long enough to win the title, hung up his jersey on Nov. 1. With Ray’s shot in the hearts – and on the skin – of Heat fans everywhere, will Miami go win this game for him?
Who do you want to win this game, HollywoodLifers? Will the Spurs keep their home “streak” alive, or will the Miami torch their rivals?