Although the spurs had a better team game, I don't understand how people say that they had a better team... they had a better coach, who put his players in position to succeed as a team. Spoelstra had the best player, and his strategy consisted of "my best player will win the series." The heat have a deep team. going into this series all we heard about was how deep this version of the Heat were. they have players who would NO DOUBT start on other teams, yet couldn't get on the floor until the end of blow out games.
the only adjustment the heat made in the entire series was the pick and roll on the second game... the Spurs adjusted to how they were playing and dominated them.
I know it's one of those things that great coaches tend to have great players. but I just don't see what this guy has done that makes anyone think he is elite. he is one of the longest tenured coaches in the league for the simple fact that he has Lebron on his team and on most days, that is enough.