It was the third-largest blowout in NBA Finals history last night in San Antonio where the Spurs hit 16 three-pointers on their way to mauling Miami 113-to-77. The Game 3 victory gives the Spurs a 2-to-1 series lead over the Heat with Game 4 tomorrow night, again in San Antonio. The Heat shot just 40-percent from the field last night and turned the ball over 16 times. It wasn't all good news for the Spurs because star point guard Tony Parker tweaked his hamstring and was only able to play 27 minutes. He will have an MRI today to determine the extent of the injury, which will decide his status for Thursday's contest.