The Miami Heat staged a sensational comeback in the fourth quarter to defeat the Denver Nuggets and even the NBA Finals series.

Despite the Nuggets having control of the game for most of Game 2, the Heat outscored them 36-25 in the final 12 minutes, securing a vital road victory.

This win allowed Miami to regain the home advantage as the series moves to Miami. The Heat's resilience and determination were highlighted by head coach Erik Spoelstra, who credited their competitiveness in the fourth quarter.

Miami's role players, particularly Gabe Vincent, stepped up once again, with Vincent leading the team in scoring with 23 points.

Despite the Heat's victory, Nuggets star Nikola Jokić had an outstanding performance, scoring 41 points and securing 11 rebounds.

Jokić's brilliance added another milestone to his exceptional postseason record.

Nuggets head coach Michael Malone expressed disappointment with the effort displayed by his team, emphasizing the importance of giving maximum effort in the NBA Finals.

The series now tied, the action will shift to Miami for Game 3, where both teams will compete for a crucial advantage.