Chris Bosh just hit an and-one three to put the Heat up 7 with 9:37 left in Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals. The shot knocked the wind out of the At&T Center and it looked like the Heat were going to ride the momentum to a huge Game 1 win in enemy territory.
But the Spurs came roaring back on the strength of three Danny Green three-pointers, and then a couple more long-range bombs from Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker just for good measure. The Spurs blew it open in the final two minutes as LeBron watched on the sidelines with severe leg cramps.
The Spurs took Game 1 by the score of 110-95, but the game was a lot closer than the final score suggests. Miami got big performances out of James (25 points), Dwyane Wade (19 points) and Chris Bosh (18 points). Ray Allen looked unstoppable at times and even turned back the clock to 1997 with a vicious breakaway dunk.
The Spurs had seven players score at least 9 points. Tim Duncan led the way with 21 points on 9-10 shooting (!!!). Tony Parker had 19 and 8 dimes.