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Heat extend trend of bouncing back after loss

NBA Finals Notebook

SAN ANTONIO — On occasion, the Miami Heat lose a game.
Consecutive defeats, well, that hasn’t happened in five months for the reigning NBA champions. And when they lose one game, the next outing typically results in the opponent not just getting beaten, but beaten badly.
Form held for the Heat in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. They lost Game 1 to the San Antonio Spurs — then rolled to a 103-84 win in Game 2, which actually represented a slightly below-average victory margin for Miami in games when it comes off a loss.
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