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MIAMI - Dwyane Wade thinks theres no one better than the Miami Heat at dealing with the mental challenge of the playoffs. Taven Bryan Jersey . In his eyes, only one other team might compare. Hes talking about the San Antonio Spurs. Thats why Wade believes these NBA Finals are just getting started. When he looks at the Spurs, he sees qualities his own team has, including an ability to break down a loss and quickly correct things. Its what Miami did before Game 2 of the finals and its what Wade expects the Spurs to do before the title series resumes with Game 3 in Miami on Tuesday night. "You never put them away," Wade said. "I think they always believe and its the same with us. You cant, you wont, put us away because were always going to believe. Thats why this is a perfect, different animal, kind of series. Theyre the other team like us. They dont lose much and when they do they come back and be better in the next game. So weve got to come out and do the same thing." That would explain why on Monday, instead of a day off, the Heat gathered to watch video of Game 2. By winning in San Antonio to even the finals at 1-1, home-court advantage now belongs to the Heat. But no one in their locker room thinks its going to get easy now. "They came out great. They played a great game," Spurs guard Tony Parker said after Miamis 98-96 win in Game 2, the 13th straight time the Heat immediately followed a post-season loss with a victory. "Now its our turn to go over there and get one. We played pretty well all season long on the road and so were going to have two great opportunities to try to come up with a win." Miami has won a franchise-record 11 straight post-season games at home. The last team to win a playoff game in Miami was the Spurs, winning Game 1 of last seasons finals. "We are in a tough situation because weve got to go to Miami and weve got to get one," Spurs guard Manu Ginobili said. "We dont want to come back here 3-1 down. Its very hard to overcome that. Definitely going to be a great challenge for the team to play in an arena like that and having to win." A challenge, sure, but its one Heat coach Erik Spoelstra knows the Spurs can handle. "Coming back here there has to be an incredible sense of focus and urgency," Spoelstra said Monday. "Theyre a veteran, poised, championship-level team thats been through a lot. The crowd wont affect them much." Neither team thought it played all that well in the game that it won so far in these finals. The Spurs turned the ball over too much for their liking in Game 1 — the game that will be remembered for the air conditioning malfunction and cramps inside a steamy building forcing LeBron James to leave in the final minutes. In Game 2, the Heat werent thrilled with a slow start and how they spent much of the game playing from behind. When James got rolling in the third quarter, things started swinging Miamis way in Game 2. When he found Chris Bosh for the 3-pointer that put Miami ahead for good with 1:18 left, it was just another example of the four-time MVP setting a teammate up for a big play. "Im going to make the right play," said James, who signalled to Bosh about what he wanted on that play. "To have that trust from my teammates, they know when Ive got the ball, Im going to make the right play. Doesnt mean its going to go in. Doesnt mean its going to result in a win, but they believe in my ability." The pressure, if Miami had not found a way to win in the final moments of Game 2, would have been enormous on the two-time defending champions. Now, it seems to have shifted to the Spurs. "It doesnt matter what weve been through before," Spurs forward Tim Duncan said. "Were here now again." The last time these teams met in Miami at this time of year, the Heat wound up spraying champagne in their locker room. Its tempting, Bosh acknowledged, to think that all Miami needs to do for a third straight championship is stay unbeaten at home. But Bosh wont let himself go there. "I can only think about Game 3," Bosh said. "Weve played well at home this post-season. I think we feel we have an advantage now. We have to make sure that we play well and keep it that way." Logan Cooke Jersey . In his first game with Boston University, the 17-year-old Eichel picked up five assists as his Boston University Terriers thumped St. Ronnie Harrison Jersey .C. -- Tony Stewart will not race Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway, the third Sprint Cup race hes skipped since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr.Ann Arbor, MI (SportsNetwork.com) - Hoping to keep pace atop the Big Ten Conference standings, the sixth-ranked Wisconsin Badgers take on the Michigan Wolverines at Crisler Arena on Saturday night. Wisconsin routed another member of the Top-25 in its most recent outing, whipping the visiting Iowa Hawkeyes in an 82-50 final this past Tuesday. As a result, the Badgers sit at 17-2 overall, matching the second-best start in the modern era for the squad, and its 5-1 league ledger has it tied with Indiana for first place in the Big Ten heading into the weekend. Michigan began the season as one of the favorites to challenge for the Big Ten crown, but the team is just 12-7 overall and 5-2 in conference. The Wolverines have won two in a row, beating Northwestern at home (56-54) and Rutgers on the road (54-50). The squad is 9-3 in Ann Arbor in 2014-15, winning its last four there. Michigan owns an 88-70 advantage in the all-time series with Wisconsin, but the Badgers won the most recent meeting with a 75-62 decision at Crisler Arena on Feb. 16, 2014. As a result, UW has won 13 of the last 15 meetings, and has come out on top in five of its last six trips to Ann Arbor. This is the only scheduled meeting between the two teams this season. A 15-4 edge in points from the foul line, a 37-23 rebounding advantage, and a measly one turnover all played a huge role in Wisconsins shellacking of Iowa earlier in the week. Four of the five starters for coach Bo Ryans club scored in double figures, led by Sam Dekker with 17 points. He also cleared eight boards, while Frank Kaminsky logged a double-double consisting of 13 points and 11 rebounds. Kaminsky also dished out six assists for the Badgers (.492 FG percentage, .409 3-point FG percentage), who got 16 points from Nigel Hayes and 13 from Bronson Koenig. Wisconsin is getting it done at bboth ends of the court, regardless of the team lining up on the other side, as it produces 73. Tanner Lee Jaguars Jersey. 8 ppg while allowing only 54.6 ppg. Kamimsky (16.9 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 1.8 bpg, 1.0 spg) paces the team in scoring, rebounding, blocks and steals, while Dekker (12.6 ppg, 4.9 rpg) and Hayes (12.5 ppg, 6.9 rpg) average double figures as well. The Badgers are +6.8 in rebounding margin and +3.5 in turnover differential. The squad has reached that last figure by coughing the ball up only 7.8 times per contest. Michigan needed a late spurt to pull out a hard-fought win at Rutgers last time out, as the team got 12 points and seven rebounds from Derrick Walton, Jr., 11 points from Aubrey Dawkins and 10 from Zak Irvin to claim its second straight triumph and fifth in seven Big Ten bouts this season. The Wolverines shot just 34.7 percent from the field, but held their hosts to 35.8 percent success while logging a 12-7 edge in points at the charity stripe. Both teams shot roughly 30 percent from distance, and Michigan got 19 points from its bench compared to only seven for the Scarlet Knights. It was the first game the Wolverines played without their best player, Caris LeVert (14.9 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 3.7 apg, 1.8 spg), who on Monday underwent successful surgery on the broken foot he suffered while trying to secure a rebound in last Saturdays win over Northwestern. In his stead, it will likely be Irvin and Walton, Jr. who will be expected to elevate their respective games from the 13.7 and 10.4 ppg, respectively, that they average presently. Michigan had issues at the offensive end prior to LeVerts injury, as the team puts up only 64.9 ppg in hitting 41.1 percent of its total shots. The defense will need to be even stingier now, and foes are netting just 61.6 ppg while committing an average of 13.6 turnovers per contest. Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Black China NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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