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NBA Finals 2014 Heat vs Spurs live stream results, TV coverage, Game 4 odds

James and the Heat are down 2-1 in the NBA Finals once again.
James and the Heat are down 2-1 in the NBA Finals once again.
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The 2014 NBA Finals live stream and TV coverage continues tonight from Miami as the Heat and Spurs get ready to play an all-important Game 4 from the American Airlines Arena. Every game is just as big as the last when you are battling for a championship, but the Miami Heat cannot afford to fall down 3-1 in tonight's Game 4 NBA live streaming action before heading back to San Antonio.

According to a Sportsline report on June 12 after a hard to swallow Game 1 loss, the Heat bounced back in Game 2 with a big road win vs. the Spurs and looked to be poised to take advantage of their home court. Instead the Spurs showed why they are the best team in the NBA on the road as they destroyed Miami Tuesday night 111-92.

Even though the Spurs have clearly been the better team through three games, don't think for a moment that they believe they have this series wrapped up. Last year in the NBA Finals San Antonio blew the Heat out 113-77 in Game 3 and held the 2-1 series lead - just as they do now. However, don't tell Spurs coach Gregg Popovich his team looks great as they head into Game 4 because he doesn't want to hear it!

"I don't think about last year at all at this point," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. "I don't think about last year Game 3, Game 4, at all. This is a different animal and I'm just concerned about the game tomorrow night."

While Popovich won’t live in the past, the Heat and their fans hope that history will repeat itself as Miami looks to win their third straight championship. Las Vegas odds makers have Miami listed as the favorite in tonight’s game at -5 with the over/under set at 197. This game could seriously tilt the scales in favor of the Spurs, but the defending champs should come out with attitude and urgency right from the opening tip.

Fans can catch all of the action on ABC nationally and streaming live online through Watch ESPN, ESPN 3 and ESPN Deportes. Tip-off is scheduled for 9 p.m. ET.

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