LeBron James didn’t really put his foot down for most of Game 2 Sunday night against San Antonio. He didn’t outscore much of anybody, either, starting out 3-of-13 from the field and finishing with 17 points.
As the Miami Heat hit the road on a real high note, however, there is comfort in knowing that the game’s greatest player can cruise to victory every now and then rather than always having to score 28 points a game like he did in last year’s NBA Finals.
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