NBA The Finals 2013 Games 1-3 score, highlights recap | Video

The conclusion of season's playoffs for the 2013 NBA Finals is a battle between Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs, 2-1 game results in favor of the latter for the 7-series match as of today, June 12 PST.

As the final round progresses, game results become intense for the wide lead of Spurs over Heat on Game 3, a 36-point advantage that sets The Finals record for most three-pointers in a game (16), and giving the Heat their worst loss in franchise playoff history.

It is said that the Spurs had never thrilled in any final series on their four previous championship run.

Take a special all-access look of Games 1-3 below of the 2013 NBA Finals as we gathered all the information from 

Game 1 Results ( Held in American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida, June 6, 2013)

The Spurs defeated the Heat in Game 1, 92–88, as Tony Parker scored on a bank shot with 5.2 seconds in regulation with the shot clock about to expire. Spurs scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, while limiting Miami to just 16. Parker led the Spurs with 21 points and 6 assists. The Heat held a 52–49 halftime lead, and LeBron James recorded a triple-double in the game. However, Miami's Dwyane Wade, who scored 17 points, was shut out in the final period. Chris Bosh, who recorded 13 points, only scored 2 in the fourth quarter.

Game 2 Results ( Held in American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida, June 9, 2013)

The Heat defeated the Spurs in Game 2, 103–84, to even tied the series. After the two teams were neck-and-neck late in the third quarter, Miami broke the game open by going on a 33–5 run. The Heat also made 10 out of 19 three-point shots, and five players had double-digit scoring games: Chalmers (19), James (17), Ray Allen (13), Chris Bosh (13) and Dwyane Wade (10).

Game 3 Results ( Held in American AT&T Center, San Antonio Texas, June 11, 2013)

San Antonio bounced back in Game 3 and defeated Miami, 113–77.  Gary Neal had one of the best games of his career, making 6 three-point shots and finishing with 24 points, and Danny Green led all Spurs players with 27 points. The Spurs shined despite a lackluster game from Tony Parker who scored only 6 points before he had to leave the game due to a hamstring injury. For Miami, Mike Miller made all five of his three-point shots and finished with 15 points on the night, while Wade led the Heat with 16 points. However, James was held to just 7 of 21 shooting from the field, finished with only 15 points, and did not shoot a free throw for the first time in his Miami playoff career. After a strong showing in Game 2, Mario Chalmers was held to 0 points and 1 assist.

The remaining NBA Final games are scheduled on June 13 ( Game 4), June 16 (Game 5), June 18 (Game 6) and June 20 (Game 7- if still necessary).

San Antonio Spurs is leaded by Gregg Popovich while Erik Spoelstra coaches Miami Heat.

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