Tony Parker (L) of the San Antonio Spurs goes to the basket against LeBron James (R) of the Miami Heat in the first half during Game 1 of the NBA Finals on June 6, 2013 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. (AFP PHOTO / Brendan SMIALOWSKI)
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The San Antonio Spurs will be looking to avenge last year's agonizing loss to the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals when the two teams return for a best-of-seven showdown that Hall of Famer Jerry West compares to an all-out brawl.The big question, however, is how the memory of last year's late-game meltdown by the Spurs in Game 6 will be played out.The series begins Thursday in San Antonio in a 2-2-1-1-1 format, where the Spurs, unlike a year ago, have the home-court advantage, based on their NBA-best 62-20 regular-season record.A four-time NBA MVP, James averaged 27.1 points this year and Wade, who was hobbled in last year's playoffs but is now healthy, chipped in 18.7 . James, the MVP of the finals the last two years, said of the Spurs: "They wanted us, they got us.
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