The upper hand in this series is apparent to go the Spurs way. After what they showed coming off a nine day rest, they look ahead with more confidence than previously. We can also expect the Miami Heat to come back strong in game two, never losing many games in the playoffs after losing game 1. They will come back determined and resilient, however I feel it will not be enough to win them the series. The Spurs are a team with great patience and basketball I.Q. They are by great strides, the best coached team in the league and have been now for over a decade. They have been capable of keeping their four core guys in place for years, and with that longevity comes chemistry, something the Spurs have, only putting up four turnovers in game 1 last night. For the Heat to have a chance, Lebron has to come back with some scoring ability especially late in games, and Chris Bosh has to get within himself and resist shooting a multitude of three pointers. He must stay down in the block. He's the only real big guy the Heat have. Another man taken out of his game was Chris "Birdman" Anderson. He was destroyed all night by the wilily old veteran, Tim Duncan. Look for many more competivie games in this series. Nevertheless, the Spurs coming out on top in four of them due to their chemistry, coaching and discipline.