San Antonio is now really close to getting revenge on the Heat for the 2013 loss of the finals by winning the NBA 2014 Final in a convincing manner. The Spurs won even more convincingly than in Game 3 to get the lead in the series by 3 to 1.
The Spurs a very good game as they kept passing the ball and always looked for easy shots. Their attacks were almost flawless, thus making the final score 107-86.
The game marks the second consecutive victory for the Spurs in Miami. The following game will take place in San Antonio and may mark the end of the 2014 NBA Finals if Miami Heat does not manage to win. At the same time, it may mean the retirement of Tim Duncan.
Out of the Miami Heat players, only LeBron James stood out. He managed to score 28 points, which was the game high, all in the first 3 quarters. However, the rest of the team did not score much.
In NBA Finals history, no team managed to get back from a 3-1 deficit. The difference between the two sides is that the Spurs play as a team, with all players involved, while the Heat rely too much on LeBron James, according to many sports analysts.