After a 27-point performance in the Finals opener, Tony Parker came back in Game 2 with 30 points in the Spurs' 103-92 victory against the Cavaliers. Parker made a combined 25-of-43 shots (58.1 percent) in leading San Antonio to a 2-0 series lead.
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Limited by foul trouble in the first half, LeBron James didn't get going until after the Spurs had built a huge lead. James finished with 25 points, seven rebounds, six assists and six turnovers.
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Tim Duncan was part of a stout Spurs defense that held the Cavs to 33 first-half points on 26.8 percent shooting from the field. San Antonio led by 25 at the half and by as many as 29 in the third quarter before Cleveland made a late run.
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LeBron James helped the Cavs cut a 27-point fourth-quarter deficit to eight with 4:53 left, perhaps providing reason for optimism as they head home for Game 3.
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Tony Parker continued to burn the Cavs with his relentless drives into the paint.
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LeBron James and the Cavs face a daunting task as the series shifts to Cleveland: Since the NBA Finals went to the present 2-3-2 format in 1984, only one team has come back from an 0-2 deficit to win the series (Miami last season against Dallas).
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