Kawhi Leonard’s 20 points and 14 rebounds led the San Antonio Spurs to their second straight blowout win in Miami, a 107-86 triumph that moved them within one victory of dethroning the Heat as National Basketball Association champions.
The two-time champion Miami Heat lost LeBron James to leg cramps and fell to the host San Antonio Spurs in the opener of the NBA Finals as a broken air conditioning system sent court temperatures soaring.
Wonder if Francois Hollande is going to eat at both of the dinners he’s hosting separately in Paris tonight for Obama and Putin. The food is pretty good at Elysee Palace, one person’s opinion notwithstanding, and France’s president doesn’t look like he’s wrestling with a diet.
Tim Duncan had 22 points and 12 rebounds as the San Antonio Spurs defeated the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder 117-89 to take a three-games-to-two lead in their National Basketball Association playoff series.
The Oklahoma Thunder rebounded from a pair of lopsided losses in the National Basketball Association’s Western Conference finals, beating the San Antonio Spurs 106-97 as Serge Ibaka returned from a calf injury the team expected to sideline him for the postseason.