Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs in Game 4 of the NBA Finals 2013 takes place on Thursday night with the Heat looking to bounce back from the huge embarrassment of Game 3 where the Spurs blew the defending NBA champions out like they were a high school team. Everyone is waiting and watching to see what LeBron James and the Heat's reaction will be.
The game will tip off at 9 p.m. ET and can be watched online through free live stream (details below).
Everyone came into Game 3 expecting to see LeBron James take the spotlight, but it was Gary Neal and Danny Green who combined to steal center stage.
This is already turning out to be a classic series, with things as unpredictable as they are exciting.
Game 1 was as close as you can get, with neither side being able to get any breathing room from the other through all four quarters. In the end things were decided by just four points as Tony Parker scored a fantastic shot as the seconds disappeared.
Then in Game 2 Miami came back strongly, with the Spurs looking like they were a bit out of their depth, turning the ball over time and time again, and giving James and his colleagues too much space and too many clear opportunities. The Heat went through one patch of outscoring the Spurs 33-5 through the third and fourth quarters as they blew out their opponents.
Many expected the Heat to continue their surge and wipe out the Spurs again in Game 3, but things couldn't have been different, and this time there was a massive blowout in the Spurs' favor.
Green and Neal helped the Spurs set an NBA Finals record for the most three pointers by a team – with an amazing 16. In return James had one of his worst games in recent memory.
No one's quite sure what to expect in Game 4 now, but James has indicated that he will come out swinging with everything tonight. Expect fireworks!
Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs is scheduled to tip off at 9 p.m. ET and can be watched online through free live stream (Game 4 has ended. For Game 7 live stream information please CLICK HERE).