Heat take two-point lead at the break with Wade and James leading the way.
The Miami Heat lead the San Antonio Spurs 46-44 at half-time in Game 7 of the NBA Finals 2013 at the AA Arena.
Both LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have started strong on the offensive end, scoring 15 and 14 points respectively as the defending champions look to close out the series.
However, despite threatening to pull away the Spurs have been able to keep up with the pace for the large part and have received welcome contributions from across the roster.
Tim Duncan leads the way with 13 points, but Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili have all played their part in keeping the scores close.
San Antonio have seemingly put the disappointment of losing Game 6 behind them, and will hope to put the pressure on the hosts to deliver in the second half.
In contrast, Miami have looked strong from three-point range, with James and Shane Battier showing signs of being able to stretch their lead.
It all points toward a fascinating conclusion to what has been a gripping series between the top two teams in the NBA.