What happened to the Miami Heat? Where did the Heat defense go? In a game decided by the San Antonio Spurs and Danny Green and Gary Neal shooting three pointers, the Spurs shot the lights out and Kawhi Leonard played terrific defense on Lebron James. On pick and roll coverage, Tony Parker found his way again through Heat defenders and found open big men for buckets, whether it be Tiago Splitter for a layup or Tim Duncan for an open shot. Then Chris Bosh went cold from the field and was unable to make a shot for several minutes of the first quarter. Chris Bosh needs to get going with his shooting, if he expects Miami to win a playoff game against the San Antonio Spurs. If anything, the Heat need to learn from this experience because they mustn’t duplicate this kind of performance against San Antonio in Game 4. Lebron James must get off to a fast start as usual and Dwyane Wade must deliver the kind of performance Miami needs him to win basketball games like these NBA Finals games. Since the NBA Finals went to a 2-3-2 format 1985, the Game 3 winner has gone on to win the NBA title since it was 1-1 12 out of the 13 titles, except for the Miami Heat team in 2011. Some interesting fact there and it can hurt Miami if they don’t shape up for Game 4.