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Manila, Philippines - The Finals of NBA has started on Friday, June 6, 2014 with Miami Heat seeking for a 3-peat and San Antonio Spurs looking for a revenge from last year's defeat. On this page you will find the game schedules, results and official video highlights from NBA.

NBA 2014 The Finals Heat vs Spurs


The 2014 NBA Finals is the championship series of the 2013–2014 season of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the conclusion of the season's playoffs. The series features the rematch between Eastern Conference champion Heat and the Western Conference champion Spurs.

The NBA owners has changed the Finals format to 2-2-1-1-1. This Time, the Spurs will have home-court advantage since the team finished the regular season with a better record than the Heat. Spur will host Games 1,2,5 and 7 while Heat gets 3,4 and 6, following the same format the NBA uses in all other rounds.

Here's the 2014 NBA Finals Schedule (Converted to Philippine Time):

Game 1: Friday, June 6 - Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs
Game Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
9:00AM Basketball TV, 9:15AM ABS-CBN (replay 7 pm on ABS-CBN @SportsAndAction 23)

Game 2: Monday, June 9 - Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs
Game Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
8:00AM Basketball TV, 9:15AM ABS-CBN (replay 7 pm on ABS-CBN @SportsAndAction 23)

Game 3: Wednesday, June 11 - San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat
Game Venue: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
9:00AM Basketball TV, 9:15AM ABS-CBN (replay 7 pm on ABS-CBN @SportsAndAction 23)

Game 4: Friday, June 13 - San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat
Game Venue: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
9:00AM Basketball TV, 9:15AM ABS-CBN (replay 7 pm on ABS-CBN @SportsAndAction 23)

Game 5: Monday, June 16 - Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs (if necessary)
Game Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
8:00AM Basketball TV, 9:15AM ABS-CBN (replay 7 pm on ABS-CBN @SportsAndAction 23)

Game 6: Wednesday, June 18 - San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat (if necessary)
Game Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
9:00AM Basketball TV, 9:15AM ABS-CBN (replay 7 pm on ABS-CBN @SportsAndAction 23)

Game 7: Saturday, June 21 - Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs (if necessary)
Game Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
9:00AM Basketball TV, 9:15AM ABS-CBN (replay 7 pm on ABS-CBN @SportsAndAction 23)


2014 NBA Finals Results and Video Highlights

Game 1: Spurs defeat Heat, win 110-95 in NBA Finals

Scoring by quarter: 20–26, 29–28, 29–20, 17–36
Tim Duncan scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Spurs to a 110–95 win in Game 1. The game was affected by AT&T Center's malfunctioning air-conditioning system, which caused temperatures in the arena to reach up to 90 °F (32 °C) in the second half.

These conditions caused Miami's LeBron James to suffer cramps, limiting him to just five minutes of playing time in the fourth quarter. With James on the bench, San Antonio went on a 15–4 run, and outscored the Heat 36–17 in the fourth quarter

WATCH: The Spurs Catch Fire in the Fourth Quarter to Take Game 1



Game 2:  LeBron James had 35 and 10 rebounds as the Heat even the #NBAFinals series at 1-1 with a 98-96 win against the Spurs.

Scoring by Quarter: 19–26, 24-17, 34-35, 21-18

Tim Duncan had 18 points and 15 rebounds as he tied Magic Johnson for most career playoff double-doubles (157). Meanwhile, Tony Parker had 7 assists to pass Michael Jordan on the NBA's all-time playoff assist list. The Spurs started strong, leading by as much as 11 in the second quarter before the Heat started to rally back behind James. The Heat managed to take the lead following a 15-3 run and the two teams went back and forth, leading to a 43-43 tie at halftime.



Game 3: San Antonio Spurs celebrate their 111-92 victory in #Game3 of the #NBAFinals!  #MIAvsSA #Spurs #Heat

Scoring by quarter: 41-25, 30-25, 15-25, 25-17



San Antonio Spurs took a 2–1 lead in the series after a career-high 29 points from Kawhi Leonard and a Finals-record 75.8% shooting effort from the team during the first half. Leonard, limited to only 18 points in the first two games, made his first six shots and was 10-of-13 for the game. San Antonio led by as many as 25 and were comfortably ahead most of the game, including 71–50 at the half. The Heat scored 10-straight points in the third quarter to bring the score to 81–74, the closest they would get to the Spurs the rest of the game.

Game 4: Spurs beat the Heat, 107-86. SA leads 3-1.


Game 5: San Antonio Spurs are 2014 NBA Champion, dethrone Miami Heat, 104-87

Scoring by quarter: 29-22, 11-25, 18-30, 29-27


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