The NBA Finals are now deadlocked at one game apiece.
Sunday night in Miami, Mario Chalmers led the Heat with 19 points as Miami defeated San Antonio 103-84.
The Spurs actually had a one point lead at 62-61 with 3:16 left in the third quarter before the Heat took complete control. They went on a 14-3 run to end the quarter and then a 19-2 run to begin the fourth quarter to go up 94-67.
Five Heat players were in double figures with Chris Bosh recording a double double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Chalmers also performed exceptionally defensively as he was a superb +30 throughout the contest.
The series now shifts to San Antonio with the Spurs needing to stop the Heat as a whole, and not just their star player LeBron James.
In other NBA news the Detroit Pistons have named Maurice Cheeks as their new head coach. Cheeks went 284-286 while coaching the Portland Trail Blazers and Philadelphia 76ers from 2001-2009. He most recently has been an assistant with the Oklahoma City Thunder.