* The Miami Beat (pun intended) lost its 15th in a row in about as fitting as way as possible to defending champion San Antonio. Miami led, or at least was tied with, the Spurs most of the night and was behind by a single point with three seconds left. It had the ball in the hands of star Dwyane Wade. Wade drove the lane but, on the way up, had his pocket picked by the collapsing Spurs. End of game. The Heat was catching San Antonio at the perfect time because the Spurs were playing their second straight night after outlasting a good Lakers team Wednesday, but Miami couldn't take advantage.