The San Antonio Spurs are looking to have a 2-0 lead when they head back to Texas after Sunday's game 2 of the NBA Finals.  LeBron James (Pictured on the Left) and company may have something else to say about it as they will look to even this series up in Miami.

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Tony Parker will look to have another effective game as he had 21 points and added 6 assists including that circus shot with less than six seconds that sealed game one for San Antonio.  The Heat on the other hand will have to find a way to stop Parker from causing so many problems and penetrating into the lane so easily.  Chris Bosh has been basically irrelevant in these playoffs as he is averaging just 12 points and 6 rebound.  If Miami is to lose this series many eyes will be on him and his poor performance that he has shown in these playoffs.

That being said, the Heat do have the reigning MVP, NBA Finals MVP, and NBA champion LeBron James leading them, and when you have him you can never count his team out.  Game 2 is set for Sunday night at the American Airlines Center in Miami.  Tip-off is set for 7:00 pm and can be seen on ABC.