Here's all the pregame chatter you need for Game 6:
"We're going to see if we're a better team than we were our first year together," LeBron James said on Sunday during his post-game news conference.
In 2011, the Heat collapsed in Game 5 before losing The Finals in six games. And here we are again. There was no collapse in Game 5 this time. The Spurs simply shot the lights out, making 60 percent of its shots from the field. The Heat had three scorers over 20 points and forced 19 but still lost by 10 points.
James, Wade, Chris Bosh and Ray Allen combined to score 87 points. The Spurs answered with 107 points from its starters. The Heat's bench outscored the Spurs' reserves 31-7.
"I have to come up big, for sure in Game 6," James said. "But I believe we all have to play at a high level in order to keep the series going. So me being one of the leaders of this team, I do put a lot of pressure on myself to force a Game 7, and I look forward to the challenge."