Did the Spurs sweep the Heat?
The Western Conference champion San Antonio Spurs defeated the two-time defending NBA champion and Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat in five games (4–1) for the Spurs’ fifth NBA championship in franchise history.
Did the Spurs turn off the AC against the Heat?
According to NBA.com, the Spurs finished the game on a 31-9 run including a 16-3 stretch after James sat down en route to a Game 1 win. The Spurs issued a statement apologizing for the malfunction: “An electrical failure for the power that runs the AC system in the AT Center has occurred,” the statement read.
How did the Spurs beat the Heat?
San Antonio led 41-25 after the opening quarter. By halftime, the Spurs had erupted for 71 points on 75.8 percent shooting, a number their coach conceded afterward would be impossible to repeat. It was the finest shooting half in NBA Finals history, and the Spurs led the defending champion Heat by 21 points.
Was the Heat favored against Spurs?
Miami is favored by eight points in the latest Heat vs. Spurs odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under is set at 225.
Do NBA courts have AC?
While teams from South Texas and South Florida are used to living in a humid climate, they aren’t accustomed to playing in it during an NBA game – though some of the players admitted it reminded them of their younger days when an air-conditioned arena wasn’t a given.
What facility lost power during the 2014 NBA Finals?
The AT Center’s
SAN ANTONIO — The AT Center’s air conditioning malfunctioned during the Spurs’ 110-95 victory over the Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday, and Miami forward LeBron James missed the last four minutes with leg cramps.
How did Miami lose 2014?
After a third straight blasting of the two-time defending champions, the San Antonio Spurs are the true kings of the NBA in 2014. They dismantled the Miami Heat, winning the series 4-1, and winning each game by at least 15 points. San Antonio wrapped up the series Sunday with an emphatic 104-87 victory.
When Has LeBron been swept?
Golden State swept the LeBron-led Cavs in the 2018 Finals.