Lynne Sladky, Associated Press
MIAMI — There were no miracles from Tony Parker in Game 2.
Unstoppable for so much of this postseason, the San Antonio point guard was all bottled up in a 103-84 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 that evened the series Sunday night.
Parker scored only 13 points on 5-for-14 shooting and had five assists. It was an unusually quiet night for a player who was at the top of his game in leading the Spurs to their first finals appearance since 2007 and helped win Game 1 with a crazy, leaning bank shot with 5.2 seconds left.
Parker also turned the ball over five times after having zero in his sterling Game 1 performance.
Game 3 is Tuesday night in San Antonio.
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