San Antonio and Miami split the first two games of the series but
the Spurs blitzed the Heat in each of the next three to claim the
"Obviously we would need to get better from every facet, every
position," he said. "It's just how the league works. The Spurs
continue to get better.
"They kept those three guys intact, but they continue to put guys
around them, high-basketball-IQ guys around them, high-energy guys
around them that fit into the system of what Pop (Spurs coach Gregg
Popovich) wanted to do."
James scored 17 points in the opening quarter on Sunday, more than
any of his team mates scored the entire game. Miami also held a
16-point first quarter lead at one point but it soon fizzled.
"Started off very well as a team," he said. "We had a great first
But from that point on, they were the better team, and that's why
they're the champions in 2014."