NBA Playoff Central: How the Spurs got their revenge, and their title
JUN 01, 2014 7:24p ET
The Heat entered the NBA Finals in search of a three-peat. The Spurs were on a quest for one for the thumb.
And in the end, five was indeed greater than three.
San Antonio, admittedly playing with the pain of last season's seven-game still fresh in its memory, left no doubt this time, blew out Miami in five games, exacting revenge and getting the fifth NBA championship in franchise history.
Both teams entered the series led by their Big Three, but it was the Spurs’ ‘other’ star, 22-year-old Kawhi Leonard, who stole the show and took home Finals MVP.
Take a look back at the NBA Finals — and every other series from the postseason — right here in our Playoff Central.
All times Eastern
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|1. San Antonio Spurs vs. 2. Miami Heat|
Spurs win series 4-1
Game 1: Spurs 110, Heat 95
Game 2: Heat 98, Spurs 96
Game 3: Spurs 111, Heat 92
Game 4: Spurs 107, Heat 86
Game 5: Spurs 104, Heat 87