The Miami Heat put the foot down and won convincingly against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.[caption id="attachment_16506" align="aligncenter" width="558"] Photo Credit: Derrick E. Hingle, USA TODAY Sports[/caption] The Miami Heat in style overcame adversity and put the San Antonio Spurs to the sword in Game 2 of the 2013 NBA Finals. Leading into the game the stage was set for LeBron James to shut out his critics. Players like Kobe Bryant or Michael Jordan would look to put 50 points up to compensate for the Game 1 loss, however LeBron played team basketball that lead to a blow-out win. The game stated relatively close right up until late in the 3rd quarter, then LeBron got hot, finding team-mates for wide open three's, making some huge defensive plays and blowing out the game. A 33-5 run ultimately ended the night early for San Antonio's 'Big 3' and starters. Nobody played more than 34 minutes for the Spurs and the bench -- including our very own Patty Mills -- got about eight minutes game time. In Game 1 the Spurs moved the ball around to generate open shots, resulting in only four turnovers. This time the ball moved more, just into Miami's hands, and the Spurs gave up the ball 16 times on the night. The Spurs had as many turnovers as they did assists leading to an assault from Miami on the fast break. Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade were noticeably improved although ultimately it was the bench for Miami that was spectacular again. The bench rallied with LeBron to put the result out of question, Ray Allen finished with a plus/minus of +27, Mike Miller +22, Chris Anderson +12, Mario Chalmers +30 and LeBron James +29. Wade only recorded a +4 and Bosh a +9. There was no doubt this game was won by an improved Miami Heat team instead of a stalling Spurs team. Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Tim Duncan will all be relishing the opportunity to go back home as they combined shot 10-for-33 from the field. There were some positives for the Spurs. Kawhi Leonard cleaned the glass as he finished with 14 rebounds (8 offensive) and Danny Green was lights out from deep nailing 5-of-5 from distance. The series now shifts to San Antonio for the next three games all tied at 1-1. Can San Antonio look after home court and win the series or will Miami become back-to-back NBA Champions?