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Heat, Spurs to Collide in 2013 NBA Finals
The San Antonio Spurs have had a relatively easy path to the 2013 NBA Finals, sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers and Memphis Grizzlies, while falling just twice against the Golden State Warriors. Meanwhile, their opponents, the defending champion Miami Heat, have taken on every team’s best shot en route to a return trip to the finals. After dropping just one game in early-round stints versus the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls, LeBron James and Co. advanced to take on a feisty Indiana Pacers squad that took the reigning champs to seven games, before ultimately bowing out in the deciding contest.
Now, just two teams remain in San Antonio and Miami, which have each claimed NBA Championships in the last six seasons. The Heat were victorious in both regular-season contests, though the Spurs have had several days of rest and will likely be ready to go when the series begins in Miami on June 6 at American Airlines Arena. Check out the full schedule above for your pick of 2013 NBA Finals tickets on sale now. Each squad enters the finals averaging nearly the same in scoring, with Miami at 102.9 points per game to San Antonio’s 103.0, while individually; James is averaging 26.8 ppg to Tony Parker’s 23.0.