Gary Neal and Danny Green both had the games of their lives. It came at an opportune time for the Spurs, who now lead the series 2-1. Neal got the ball rolling as soon as he game into the game int he first. In 25 minutes, he wound up with 24 points, including a last second three to end the half. Neal was 9 for 17 from the field and 6 for 10 from three. Green scored 27 and made 7 threes on only 9 attempts.
The great shooting performances by both men overshadowed Tony Parker's ankle injury. For Miami, only Dwyanbe Wade played well and only in the first quarter. Still, Miami was in the game heading into halftime. The game quickly broke open in the third quarter and was effectively over by the fourth.
The Spurs won 113-77, erasing the pain of Game 2's blowout. But Parker's injury must be a concern for the Spurs going forward.