Here's the match report for Game 3. Amazingly San Antonio went on an 11 minute run where they didn't miss a shot.
And that's it from the NBA Finals Game 3 blog. Thanks for your company.
San Antonio thoroughly deserved the win, set up by their 71-point blitz in the first half with Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green firing many of the bullets.
Leonard was undoubtedly the star of this game. He finished with 29 points on 10/13 shooting, including 6/7 threes.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade had 22 apiece for the Heat.
Special mention to Patty Mills, who scored five points but also came up with two rebounds, four assists and a crucial steal in his 15 minutes. When he was on the court, the Spurs had a +11 points differential.
Paul Zalunardo will be in the chair for the game 4 blog on Friday morning. Hope you can join us for that one.
And check out the game 3 match report at the SMH basketball index
And that's the final siren. San Antonio claim game three 111-92 over the Heat in Miami to take a 2-1 series lead.
Baynsieee!— ᴰᴬᴺ ᴱᵂᴵᴺᴳ (@_DanEwing) June 11, 2014
Hang on a minute! The TV commentator just said Baynes was a New Zealander. Yes, he was born there but he's Australian.Back to top
Baynes hits the long two SAS 111 MIA 91
Australian Boomers centre Aron Baynes has been given some court time for the last minute and a bit.
Im not hating cause I like Lebron but he looks tired this 2nd half!!— Jason Cadee (@JasonCadee5) June 11, 2014
Timeout with 1.36 remaining SAS 109 MIA 90
Miami have missed their window to mount a late comeback. Spurs lead 107-90 with 1.51 leftBack to top
A lot of empty seats courtside now. Poor form from the Heat fans. The team's not out of it yet
Miami need to go for it now. They trail 105-90 with 3.16 left. They have to hit some big baskets and get some stops in the next minute or two or it's all over.
Some fans have seen enough and have started heading for the exits
Huge rap for Mills from Jeff Van Gundy. "Give me Mills any time" Great mini shift from Patty there #NBAFInals— Roy Ward (@rpjward) June 11, 2014
Kawhi Leonard scores to make it a career-high 28 points. He's officially having the game of his life SAS 104 MIA 89
Patty watch: Mills dives on the floor to tip it to Ginobili for a breakaway layup SAS 102 MIA 86 with 4.44 leftBack to top
Parker and Duncan having a rest before the final push. Mills back on.
Kawhi Leonard doing big things! http://t.co/9DkmQ6s6oB— Sports Vines (@TheSportsVines) June 11, 2014
Great "double-towel-slap" by Patty Mills & a "I throw my hands up in the air, sometimes" by Aron Baynes, off that Tony Parker 3. #BenchWatch— Tom Read (@traread) June 11, 2014
Ray Allen misses a layup after Kawhi Leonard plays some great D on the fast break. Timeout
LeBron scores close to the bucket but Diaw fouled up the other end and knocks down one of two foul shots SAS 98 MIA 84 with 6.21 leftBack to top