The San Antonio Spurs must go back to the drawing board after losing 103-84 on Sunday night in Miami.  Greg Popovich and his team will hope to slow down the Heat, especially from deep as they were 10-19 from three-point range.

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Tim Duncan had his struggles in game two as he was just 3-13 from the field for just nine points.  Tony Parker (Pictured on the Right) also struggled from the field as he went 5-14 scoring just 13 points and had five costly turnovers.

Miami on the other hand will hope to continue their hot shooting from deep.  They had five different players hit a three-point shot including both Ray Allen and Mike Miller hitting three apiece.  The biggest improvement from game one was defiantly in their defensive pressure.  The Heat forced only four turnovers in the first contest but more than tripled that effort in game two as they forced 16 Spurs turnovers.

They will look to keep their momentum going as they travel to San Antonio for games three, four, and five of these NBA Finals.  Tip-off for game three is set for 8:00 pm from the AT&T Center.