The Miami Heat answered their critics last night with a 109-93 win over The San Antonio Spurs. After a horrible game three blowout loss, many questioned if the Heat would be able to respond in game four. Dwayne Wade led the way for Miami, looking like the Flash of old. He was all over the court, rebounding, grabbing steals, and most importantly, scoring at will against a good Spurs defense. Wade finished the game with 32 points.
There were other stories from the world of sports that you might have missed while catching The 2013 NBA Finals. Here are a few links that will help get you up to speed before heading to work on this beautiful Friday.
A deck collapsed holding Heat fans watching the game in a Miami Bar
Phil Mickelson played a solid first round at The US Open yesterday
The Denver Nuggets have narrowed their list to replace George Karl as head coach.
Now that the season is finished, Derrick Rose is feeling better.
Now that you know what happened yesterday in the world of sports, you can go forth and conquer your work day with confidence.