The Heat end the quarter on a 14-3 run, highlighted a pair of threes from Ray Allen and Mike Miller.
LeBron James continues his slow-shooting start, missing his first four shots of the half, but stays aggressive in driving to the basket. James is now 3 of 13 shooting for the game, but the Heat as a team have hit 48.4 percent from the field, while San Antonio is at 41.4 percent.
The alarm has certainly gone off in the Spurs locker-room with San Antonio coming out alert and aggressive early in the third quarter. Kawhi Leonard has been a big reason for the Spurs 33-26 advantage on the boards. Leonard has 14 rebounds to go along with 9 points. Duncan right behind him with 11 rebounds.
Danny Green with his fifth three of the game and is now 6-6 overall shooting with 17 points overall. The Spurs are now 9 for 14 from three-point land.
Chris Bosh has been aggressive putting up 12 points (most of them long-range jumpers) while pulling down 9 rebounds.