The Spurs' Scorching First Quarter in Game 3

San Antonio came out firing in game 3, scoring 41 points, shooting 87% from the field. Visit for more highlights.

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28 thoughts on “The Spurs' Scorching First Quarter in Game 3

  1. Brad Stevens who? It's not like his talent over the years is not increasing lol Having Kyrie for half the season then a very talented JB and Tatum. Come on man fcuking delusional celtics fans. just like la fans lmao

  2. Just watching how amazing that offense was made me smile. The heat weren't at there best, but the spurs offense was just too PERFECT! That teamwork makes me glad to watch basketball. Not crazy showboatind, no crazy crossover, step back moves. Just good, wholesome, team-played basketball!
    That's gonna be NY team one day.

  3. i think the fans play an important role in these tight games too, the heat fans failed tho
    if they stayed and cheer wildly, then the Heat might get their morale up and make some comback clutch shots and tie game for ot
    however, base on this vid alone, i see that there are no wild heat fans

  4. Im rooting for the spurs but i feel like lebrons best chances of winning rings after this year would be the trailblazers. Im sure they have cap space left due to leonards rookie contract and some interior offence and defense would really help them out with robin and aldridge and then just the deadly three pointers from leonards just my 2 cents

  5. now everything is a f**** disgrace, Heat just couldn't handle the Spurs plain and simple leave everything else behind this is ball we are talking about.

  6. Am I the only one here that knows the Spurs had a fluke of a first quarter? Which made Miami appear like they were playing a hell of a lot worse than they really were. Serious what was the % shooting, Spurs were like 19/21 shots made in the 1st quarter if I'm correct? When does that EVER happen??? 

    They won't shoot the ball like that in Game 4.

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