- Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said he anticipates no lineup changes for Game 7. Look for Mike Miller to get his third straight start of the Finals.
- Spurs guard Danny Green struggled with the Heat defending him as a primary scorer. Green said it was expected, but the Spurs have made the proper adjustments.
- Heat guard Dwyane Wade is still dealing with soreness in his left knee, but will play through the pain. Wade aggravated the injury in the first quarter of Game 6. The knee has given him problems since early March.
- Among the concerns for Chris Bosh is limiting Tim Duncan’s effectiveness in the first half. Duncan has typically been a fast starter in the series, including 25 first-half points Tuesday.
- Spurs coach Gregg Popovich downplayed the notion they have the advantage because they beat the Detroit Pistons in Game 7 of the 2005 Finals.
- Heat guard Ray Allen is now tied with Bill Russell for most Game 7’s played in a career with 11.
– Zachary Paul