Heat's history of bouncing back
You wouldn't like the Miami Heat when they're angry. Opponents sure don't.
The Heat used a 33-5 run during the second half of Sunday's Game 2 of the NBA Finals to blow out the San Antonio Spurs 103-84 and even the series at one win apiece heading to San Antonio. Sunday's game added to the mounting pile of evidence that mild-mannered Miami transforms into a more dangerous team when threatened. Let's take a look.
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