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June 2014
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Miami Earns Split in San Antonio

Once they got the building working, it was much smoother sailing.

Miami won 98-96 behind LeBron’s 35 on 14-22, including six straight to start the second half.

Chris Bosh drained a three with just over a minute left for a two point lead, then found Dwyane Wade under the bucket for the game-winning basket with nine seconds left.

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1 Comment

  1. oldschool oldschool
    June 9, 2014    

    ……never lost two in a row in the playoffs and would be up 2-0 if not for AC hi-jinx.

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