Tim Duncan and LeBron James seemed destined to meet each other for one game with the championship on the line.
Four years after his first trip to the NBA Finals, former Wizard Rashard Lewis is back with a different role in Miami.
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have taken heat this postseason but they spared LeBron James from having to carry Miami on his own in Game 4 win.
Gary Neal has had an up-and-down season, but he stuck with it and found a breakthrough in Game 3.
On a team filled with players with incredible journeys, the stories of Danny Green and Gary Neal moved to the forefront after San Antonio's Game 3 win.
LeBron James had an incredible fourth-quarter, but needed Mario Chalmers to set the table for him to finish.
Miami entered the fourth quarter with a lead against San Antonio but lost, 92-88, because of an uncharacteristic breakdown.