Taking a look at how three different San Antonio Spurs' role players are helping out with various aspects of the Game 3 dominance in the NBA Finals.
In the 2013 NBA Finals, Danny Green set the record for most threes in a Finals series by the end of Game 5. In Game 1 of 2014 Finals, the Heat forgot about him again.
The Miami Heat are underdogs against the San Antonio Spurs in the 2014 NBA Finals, but would they be if LeBron James was aggressive at all times?
Paul George struggled in the first half of Game 5 against the Miami Heat. In the second half, he had 31 points by getting back to basics.
How important is the Spurs bench? Is Russell Westbrook above all the criticism? Zach Harper and Erin Sharoni discuss.
Is David West the only consistent weapon for the Pacers? How is Chris Bosh helping the Heat? Zach Harper and Erin Sharoni discuss.
Oklahoma City Thunder big man Serge Ibaka returned to the lineup in Game 3, which gives the Thunder the necessary rim protection to advance.
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has given his team a nice, old-time boost on offense with the way he's attacking the Indiana Pacers.
Can LeBron James and Dwyane Wade keep it going? How important is Lance Stephenson? Zach Harper and Erin Sharoni discuss.
Breaking down the incredible passing decisions made by Indiana Pacers' guard Lance Stephenson in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.

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