The first time these two teams met, the San Antonio Spurs (54-13) beat the Miami Heat (46-21) at the AT&T Center in San Antonio by 30 points.
This time, the Heat returned the favor, beating the league leading Spurs 110-80 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.
What are the numbers that stood out in this Spurs' loss? Let's find out!
95.8 - The Heat were nearly perfect from the line, making 23-of-24 (95.8%) free throw attempts. The Spurs on the other hand, struggled with their foul shots connecting on just 12-of-19 (63.2%) free throws.
80 - Miami Heat's "Big Three" combined for 80 points equaling the Spurs' point total as a team.
53.8 - Miami shot well from the floor, making 42-of-78 (53.8%) field goal attempts while holding the Spurs to just 31-of-81 (38.3%) field goal shooting.
47 - The Heat dominated the boards, outrebounding the Spurs 47-33.
46 - Miami pound it on the inside, outscoring San Antonio 46-34 on inside points.
30 - Chris Bosh had a game-high 30 points and 12 rebounds for the Heat. Eleven days after being beaten by the Spurs by 30 points, the Heat returned the favor by winning with a 30 point margin.