Heat Take Game Two

LeBron James and the Heat are headed back to Miami with the NBA Finals tied at
a game apiece after bouncing back from a humbling loss in the series opener.
James poured in 35 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and assisted on Chris Bosh's
go-ahead 3-pointer down the stretch as the Heat stole Game 2, 98-96, at a much
cooler AT&T Center. Bosh finished with 18 points, while Dwyane Wade and
Rashard Lewis added 14 apiece for the Heat, who once again avoided back-to-
back losses by shooting 52.9 percent from the floor. The Spurs were led by
Tony Parker's 21 points and seven assists, while Tim Duncan totaled 18 points
with 15 rebounds to tie Magic Johnson for the most postseason double-doubles
in NBA history with 157. Manu Ginobili donated 19 points off San Antonio's
bench but missed two shots and committed a crucial turnover in the final
minute.

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The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is 5-6 Freshman Basketball Player Cassidy Moss from St. Francis Borgia Regional High School in Washington. Cassidy was named the Most Valuable Player of the Sullivan Tournament last week and was an important part of Borgia's run to the title. She is averaging 15 points and 2.5 rebounds, more than three assists and two steals per game.

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SPORTS CORNER

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The Rams end the season today in Seattle. St. Louis is 6-and-9 and looking for its third straight seven-win season. The Seahawks are 11-and-4 and looking to clinch home-field throughout the postseason.