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MIAMI -- Maybe in a video game. Possibly in the pregame layup line. But shoot this way in the NBA Finals, against the two-time defending champions? "Its not something you can plan for," San Antonio reserve Manu Ginobili said. "There was no magic plays. We just moved the ball and every shot went in." Not quite every shot. But just about. Kawhi Leonard scored a career-high 29 points, and the Spurs made a finals-record 75.8 per cent of their shots in the first half in a 111-92 victory over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night that gave them a 2-1 lead. The Spurs made 19 of their first 21 shots and finished 25 of 33 in the first half, bettering the 75 per cent shooting by Orlando against the Lakers in the 2009 finals. "Its a hit-or-miss league," Miamis Dwyane Wade said. The Spurs didnt do much missing. "I dont think well ever shoot 76 per cent in a half ever again," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. The Spurs led by as much as 25 and were only briefly challenged in their second lopsided victory in the series. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade had 22 points for the Heat, who host Game 4 on Thursday. Returning to the arena where they were oh-so-close to winning a fifth championship last year, the Spurs came out playing like they were trying to build a lead that was impossible to blow. They shot 13 of 15 and led 41-25 lead after the first quarter, then hit their first six shots of the second in front of a stunned crowd in Miami to go ahead 55-30. Leonard scored only 18 points in the first two games, looking frustrated while getting into foul trouble trying to defend James in Game 2. But he had his outside shot working early, making his first six shots and finishing 10 of 13 from the field. "I just found a rhythm and my teammates found me the ball. I made shots," Leonard said. The last three NBA seasons ended in this building, the last two followed by Heat championship parades. The Spurs nearly cancelled the last one, building a five-point lead in the final half-minute of regulation of Game 6, a title seeming so certain that workers were already making preparations around the court. But the Heat rallied to win in overtime and took Game 7, leaving the Spurs with a summer to think about the one that got away. Theyre in good shape to get another chance. With the league scrapping the 2-3-2 format for the NBA Finals --in which the lower seed played three consecutive home games -- the Spurs would have a chance to wrap it up in San Antonio on Sunday in Game 5 if they can win Thursday. Chris Bosh took only four shots and scored nine points for the Heat, who for the second straight year will have to overcome a 2-1 finals deficit after being blown out in Game 3. This rout came on their home floor, where they had been 8-0 this post-season and had won a franchise-record 11 in a row since the Spurs beat them in Game 1 last year. San Antonio inserted Boris Diaw into the lineup, countering Miamis small lineup and creating more ball movement that clearly helped Leonard. The game got off to a crisp start, with the Spurs making their first five shots and Miami opening 4 for 4. Turned out the Spurs were just getting started. Coach Erik Spoelstra planned to communicate with James to make sure there were no lingering problems from the cramps that forced him to miss the final minutes of the opener. But there was no way he could rest James early, since he was the only one keeping the Heat in the game. He had 14 of their first 20 points, but even James couldnt keep up with the Spurs pace. The Spurs "came out at a different gear than what we were playing at, and it just seemed we were on our heels the most part of the first half," Spoelstra said. San Antonio led 71-50 at halftime. It was the first 70-point first half in the finals since the Lakers scored 75 against Boston in Game 2 in 1987. The Heat finally got into it in the third, running off 10 straight points to cut a 17-point deficit to 81-74 on a drive by Norris Cole, who had replaced an ineffective Mario Chalmers. That was as close as Miami would get, as the Spurs pulled away in the fourth. Notes: Wade appeared in his 150th post-season game and passed Dirk Nowitzki (3,455 points) for 17th on the post-season scoring list. ... The Heat fell to 68-20 in the post-season at American Airlines Arena. Their .782 winning percentage entering the game trailed only the Lakers .792 mark at Staples Center. Adidas NMD R1 Halvalla .J. -- Patrick Sharp is on one of those streaks. Adidas Falcon Kengät . I kept my eyes focused up on the camera during each approach. I just tried to stay focused on my form, as I didnt know what the ball reaction was. I was quite emotional at the end. I did not actually see any of the shots in the game until I got home and watched the video. http://www.nmdhalvalla.com/. -- Jake Peavy arrived at Bostons spring training complex on Monday with a large white bandage covering his left index finger, the result of a weekend accident. Adidas Gazelle Tarjous . Showing more spark after not taking enough challenging shots on goal in their 1-0 loss Friday night, the Bruins had 18 shots in the first period after managing just 25 in the entire opener. Luke Glendening cut Bostons lead to 2-1 at 13:20 of the second period before Milan Lucic scored late in the second and Zdeno Chara added a power-play goal early in the third. Adidas NMD R1 Naiset . Marie rink got back in the win column at the Olympic mens curling tournament with a 7-4 win over the host Russian squad on Wednesday.Orlando, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Bernhard and Jason Langer carded a 10-under 62 along with Curtis and Tom Strange in Saturdays first round and those two teams hold a 1-shot lead at the PNC Father/Son Challenge. Bernhard Langer is coming off an incredible season on the Champions Tour as he picked up five wins, making it 23 total on tour. Curtis Strange has never won on the Champions Tour, but he is a 17-time winner on the PGA Tour. Bernhard Langer has won this event twice in the past, both with his son Stefan. Curtis Strange has never won this event. The Langers and Stranges hold a 1-shot lead over Johnny and Andy Miller, Vijay and Qass Singh, Hale and Steve Irwin and defending champions Stewart and Connor Cink, who all shot 9-under 63s in the first round at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club at Grand Lakes Resort. It was a great start for the Langers as the duo was able to run off five birdies over their first six holes, putting them at 6-under for the day. After making the turn with four straight pars from No. 7, the Langers drained birdies on 11 and 12 to continue their charge up the leaderboard. Just like they started, Bernhard and Jason Langer were able to finish up strong by making three birdies over their final four holes on 15, 16 and 18 to tie them for the lead. Jason Langer made a long birdie putt at the last. Surprised myself there again, Jason Langer said. I hit that pretty firm. I was rolling over the lips all day today, but I made that one. Felt good about that. Bernhard Langer was glad to see his son drain the birdie at the last, giving him confidence heading into the final round.dddddddddddd Im so glad he made that one, Bernhard Langer said. He made so many good putts and they all went over the right edge, left edge and he finally lipped one in instead of lipping one out. Curtis and Tom Strange also came out on fire as they made five birdies over the first seven holes, which set the pace early on. After a pair of pars on eight and nine, the Stranges made birdie on No. 10. Curtis Strange was able to drain a birdie on No. 14, which set the team on fire as they made two more birdies on 15 and 16, making it three straight gains. After a par on 17, a birdie at the last had the Stranges in the outright lead before the Langers caught up later on. Tom brings me along from 100 yards out, thats it. Im supposed to make putts, other than that hes got to play, said Curtis Strange, who has been battling a bad back. I dont feel too great, but I still hit a couple decent shots. They used my drive a of couple times, but (Tom) really played well. NOTES: Curtis Strange won both the 1988 and 1989 U.S. Open Championship, which are his only major titles ... Bernhard Langer won the Masters twice in 1985 and 1993 ... First-round leaders/co-leaders have gone on to win this tournament 12 times over the past 16 events ... This is a two-day scramble tournament. The second and final round will be played on Sunday ... In order for a father to qualify, he must have won a professional major title. ' ' '