NBA finals 2014, game 2 scores: Miami Heat beats San Antonio Spurs 98-96
As he was in game 1, Lebron James was the highest scorer for the Heat, contributing a whopping 35 points to the 98 Miami scored in the game. Apparently, he does better when the air conditioning is on. The Spurs spread their scoring out a little more -- Parker got 21 points while Duncan scored 18.
With the finals tied at one game apiece, there will definitely be at least five match-ups in the series. Game 3 will be held Tuesday, June 10 in Miami.