A look at the Finals thus far -- and what's ahead.

Schedule

All games 9 p.m. EST. Game 4 at Cleveland, tonight; Game 5* at Cleveland, Sunday; Game 6* at San Antonio, Tuesday; Game 7* at San Antonio, June 21
* if necessary

Television

ABC

Head Coaches

Mike Brown, Cleveland; Gregg Popovich, San Antonio

How They Stand

San Antonio leads 3-0.

Cleveland Lineup

No.     Name    Ht    P    Ppg    Rpg    Apg
23    LeBron James    6-8    F    25.1    8.2    7.8
90    Drew Gooden    6-10    F    11.4    7.8    1.1
11    Zydrunas Ilgauskas    7-3    C    12.8    9.5    0.8
32    Larry Hughes    6-5    G    11.3    3.9    2.4
3    Sasha Pavlovic    6-7    G    9.5    2.6    1.7

Top subs

1    Daniel Gibson    6-2    G    8.2    1.6    0.8
19    Damon Jones    6-3    G    1.7    0.8    0.9
24    Donyell Marshall    6-9    F    3.4    2.1    0.2
20    Eric Snow    6-3    G    1.6    1.5    1.5
17    Anderson Varejao    6-10    F-C    5.8    6.1    0.5

San Antonio Lineup

No.      Name    Ht    P    Ppg    Rpg    Apg
12    Bruce Bowen    6-7    G-F    6.7    4.0    1.2
21    Tim Duncan    6-11    F-C    22.7    11.3    3.3
7    Fabricio Oberto    6-10    F-C    5.5    4.9    0.7
9    Tony Parker    6-2    G    20.6    3.2    6.0
4    Michael Finley    6-7    G    11.6    2.9    1.2

Top subs

17    Brent Barry    6-7    G    3.3    1.3    1.1
16    Francisco Elson    6-11    C    3.3    3.3    0.1
20    Manu Ginobili    6-6    G    16.1    5.5    3.7
5    Robert Horry    6-10    F-C    4.5    3.9    1.6
11    Jacque Vaughn    6-1    G    2.2    0.4    1.4

Series Recap

Game 1

SPURS 85, CAVALIERS 76  AT&T Center, Thursday

Tony Parker scored 27 points and handed out seven assists as the Spurs beat the Cavs for the first time this season. San Antonio led 40-35 at half and broke open the game by outscoring the Cavs 24-14 in the third quarter. Tim Duncan finished with 24 points and 13 rebounds. Daniel Gibson led the Cavs with 16 points. LeBron James was held to 14 on 4-of-16 shooting from the field.

Game 2

SPURS 103, CAVALIERS 92  AT&T Center, Sunday

The Spurs built a 29-point late in the third quarter and held off a fourth-quarter Cavs rally. Parker scored 30 points, Manu Ginobili finished with 25 and Duncan added 23 for San Antonio. Cleveland cut the Spurs’ lead to eight twice in the fourth quarter but never got closer. James led the Cavs with 25 points. Gibson finished with 15.

Game 3

SPURS 75, CAVALIERS 72  Quicken Loans Arena, Tuesday

The Cavs rebounded from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit but fell short when James’ three-pointer in the final seconds rimmed out. James finished with 25 points, while Zydrunas Ilgauskas set a team playoff record with 10 offensive rebounds on his way to 12 points and 18 rebounds. Parker led the Spurs with 17 points.