SAN ANTONIO — LeBron James and Miami Heat will look to even up the NBA Final series with the San Antonio Spurs when the two teams meet in Game 2 on Sunday.
James and Miami found the heat inside the AT&T Center, a little too much to handle in the 110-95 defeat to San Antonio in Game 1, but the star forward says he’ll be ready for whatever the hosts through at him.
James left the game late in the fourth quarter after suffering from cramps in his leg, mainly caused by the heat inside the arena, following the breakdown of the air condition units.
“I did everything that I needed to do to prepare for the game, prepare for this moment and, you know, to feel like my body failed me, I was angry in the fact that I couldn’t help my team get over the hump in a huge Game 1,” James told reporters on Friday.
Miami will be looking heavily to James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade to play the biggest parts in the quick turnaround, while the likes of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili and Danny Green will seek to put further dent into the title hopes of the two-time defending champions.