The Washington Post

The Miami Heat are upset that the perception persists that they got lucky last season in defeating the San Antonio Spurs.

In just the 13th NBA Finals rematch, the Spurs will look to avenge last year's crushing defeat at the hands of the Heat.

The Wizards started out the third quarter with a lackadaisical approach and it resulted in a double-overtime loss to the undermanned San Antonio Spurs.

History shows that an NBA team's chances at reaching the finals are typcially reflected in its first 10 games.

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Another different starting lineup doesn't prove to be the answer as the Wizards lose their 12th consecutive game in a 118-92 home defeat to the San Antonio Spurs.