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The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat expect more comfortable conditions, and better overall play, in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. The Spurs won 110-95 in the opener, a game that will be best remembered for an air conditioning failure and LeBron James leaving left with about 4 minutes remaining due to a leg cramp. Fans should expect LeBron to be at 100 percent for Game 2 and for it to be a lot cooler inside the AT&T Center on Sunday. The breaker that failed Thursday night, which NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said was about the size of a car battery, was repaired by Friday afternoon.



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