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TAKE NOTICE that a Default Summons and Affidavit in support of the said
Summons together with exhibits annexed thereto were duly filed against JOAN
CIPRIANI, ID# 19530826022, formerly of 1C Bridge Road, San Juan, on the 3rd
day of December 2012 in the Petty Civil Court of Port-of-Spain as P.C.C. Action
Number 485 of 2012, by British American Insurance Company (Trinidad)
Limited, and that the validity of the said Summons has been renewed to the 3rd
day of July 2013 for service to be effected prior to this date, by the Order of the
Honourable Magistrate Justice Nalini Singh, made on the 28th day of May
AND TAKE NOTICE that the said Default Summons and Affidavit together with
Exhibits are being served on the said JOAN CIPRIANI by virtue of this adver-
tisement, to be deemed effective Service, pursuant to the said Order. AND TAKE
NOTICE that unless within 10 days of this Service the said JOAN CIPRIANI
applies to the said Court for leave to defend this Action, the said Company may
proceed to judgment and execution.
SAN ANTONIO---Miami s LeBron
James scored 33 points while mak-
ing the impact everyone expects
of the four-time Most Valuable
Player, leading the Heat to a 109-
93 victory over the San Antonio
Spurs on Thursday that leveled
the NBA Finals at two gaes each.
James also had 11 rebounds and
four assists and finally got some
much-needed help from his strug-
gling All-Star teammates. Dwyane
Wade scored 32 points, Chris Bosh
had 20 points and 13 rebounds and
the defending champions made
sure the series will head back to
James insisted he would be better
after his struggles in Game 3, saying
he was the star and it was his job,
along with Wade and Bosh, to lead
"It was on our shoulders," James
said. "We had to figure out how to
win the game for us and play at
the highest level. When all three
of us are clicking we re very tough
The series returns to San Antonio
tomorrow for Game 5, and the
Spurs will be hoping Miami s three
stars can be dimmed.
"When Bosh, Wade and James
score the way they did tonight and
shoot it the way they did tonight,
a team is going to have a difficult
time if you help them like we did,"
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said.
"When those guys are playing
like that, you better be playing a
The Spurs didn t, committing 19
turnovers that led to 23 points.
Just like they have for the last
five months, the Heat bounced back
from a loss with a victory---a lop-
sided one at that. They are 12-0
after defeats since January 10,
outscoring opponents by nearly 20
points a game in those previous 11
"Right now it s a three-game
series," Wade said. "Two great ball-
clubs, we just want to come out
again and play well."
Tony Parker had 15 points and
nine assists while playing through
a sore right hamstring for the Spurs,
who were trying to move one step
closer to their fifth championship.
Ray Allen scored 14 points for
the Heat. Miami had 50 points in
the paint after managing 32 in a
36-point loss in Game 3.
Tim Duncan scored 20 points,
and Kawhi Leonard added 12 points
and seven rebounds for the Spurs,
who turned the ball over 19 times.
After setting a finals record with
16 3-pointers in Game 3, San Anto-
nio was 8 for 16.
James was an abysmal 7 for 21
for 15 points in Game 3, and he
promised to be better in Game 4.
He delivered on that the only
way he knows how, hitting 15 of 25
shots and putting the team on his
shoulders to set the tone early.
Every time James snatched a
Spurs miss off the glass he thun-
dered up the court, attacking the
back-pedaling defense for easy
layups that simply haven t been
there for him this series.
He made six of his first seven
shots, controlling the tempo and
responding when the Spurs threat-
ened to run away with the game
in the first six minutes.
Parker strained his right ham-
string during Game 3, leaving many
in San Antonio to fear that the big
step forward they made with their
win in Game 3 came at a hefty
But Parker deemed himself
"ready to go" at the team s morning
shootaround and looked fine, save
for a quick trip to the locker room
in the fourth quarter.
All the old Parker tricks were
there in the first quarter---a pull-
up jumper to open the game, a
driving layup and then another off
Leonard then buried a 3-pointer
to give the Spurs a 15-5 lead early
in the game.
Then James made the move the
Heat have been waiting for all
He took the ball coast-to-coast
on two straight possessions during
run that tied it at 19. James then
hit two mid-range jumpers---an area
that has been a struggle for him---
to cap the 14-2 surge and give
Miami a 25-21 lead.
In an unusual move, Heat coach
Erik Spoelstra decided to shuffle
the starting lineup in the middle
of a series.
He inserted the sharp-shooting
Mike Miller for big man Udonis
Haslem in an effort to create more
room for James and Wade to pen-
etrate to the rim.
Miller was 9 for 10 on 3-pointers
in his first three games of the finals,
but was scoreless in the game.
Wade was averaging 2.7 points
in the second half in the finals, but
had eight in the third quarter of
Wade then finished off the Spurs
with a flurry of eight straight Heat
points followed by an assist to Bosh
for a 94-83 lead with seven minutes
The Heat s Big Three scored all
but three points for Miami in the
Big 3 help Heat even
series with Spurs
Miami Heat's LeBron James (6) shoots as San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan
(21) defends during the first half at Game 4 of the NBA Finals series,
Thursday night in San Antonio. Heat won 109-93. AP PHOTO
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