Led once again by their Big Three, and some more tough defense on LeBron James, San Antonio racked up a huge lead then held off a furious Cavs rally for a victory in Game 2. They’ve got the superstar center, the speedy point guard and the super sub. The San Antonio Spurs have a trio unlike any other on an NBA team. King James played better than in Game 1, but it wasn’t enough to bounce back like he wanted. Early foul trouble might have hurt him. He picked up 2 early fouls and played less than three minutes in the first quarter, sitting when the Spurs ran away to their huge lead. Down by 25 points at halftime and 27 after three, the Cavaliers, who came out flat for the second straight game, went on a 22-4 run and eventually pulled within 8 points, however, the Spurs survived this late comeback and grabbed the win.