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NBA Finals 2014 Heat vs Spurs live stream results, TV coverage, Game 2 odds

Danny Green was on fire for San Antonio in Game 1.
Danny Green was on fire for San Antonio in Game 1.
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The 2014 NBA Finals live stream and TV coverage continues tonight from San Antonio as the Miami Heat look to draw even vs the Spurs in Game 2 of their best-of-seven series. The Spurs defeated Miami in Game 1 by the final score of 110-95, but the main focus of the game was on the temperatures inside the AT&T Center. Either way, Game 1 is now history and all that matters is tonight's Game 2 NBA live streaming action!

According to a Sportsline report on June 8, not only did the Miami Heat melt in the stadium that was without air conditioning for Game 1, but LeBron James seemingly couldn't walk for most of the 4th quarter. James suffered from severe cramping too the point where he had to be carried off the court by teammates. James' status for Game 2 is listed as probable, but you can take that with a grain of salt. In other words LeBron will be on the court tonight!

LeBron or no LeBron, the Heat will have their hands full vs a red-hot Spurs team. San Antonio has won eight straight postseason home games by 15 or more points. Now that is domination! Tony Parker knows the Spurs are playing well, but none of it means a thing until they hold up a championship trophy.

''That's why I think we can't be satisfied,'' said point guard Tony Parker, who isn't worried about losing his job to Duncan. ''Because we was in the same situation and we know they can win here, and so we just have to go out there and play our game and try to win this one. I think it's a big game for the series.''

Las Vegas odds makers have the Spurs listed as a 4 point favorite tonight with the over/under number set at 198. There really never is a "must win" situation in a Game 2 of a best-of-seven series, however the way San Antonio is playing right now it would be hard to picture them losing 4 times in the next 6 games.

Fans can catch tonight's Game 2 action on ABC nationally and streaming live online through your PC, smart phones and tablets via Watch ESPN and Will the Heat bounce back and tie the series 1-1 or can the Spurs head to South Beach with a 2-0 series lead?

Game time: 8 p.m. ET

Location: AT&T Center, San Antonio


Announcers: Mike Breen, Jeff Van Gundy, Mark Jackson and Doris Burke.

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