The Heat pulled off another nail biting victory; this time for the NBA Championship.
San Antonio Spurs
A classic game 6 culminates into a must see game 7 between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs.
Last night as the San Antonio Spurs took a 3-2 lead of the series, Danny Green made NBA History. Not known as one of the best shooters, Green has beaten a record held by the NBA's All-Time three point field goals leader, Ray Allen.
The San Antonio Spurs will be looking to win their fifth NBA title on Tuesday, after a game 5 victory over the Heat, 114-104. They now lead the series 3-2.
After a game 4 victory by the Heat, this is now a best of 3 series to determine who will win the NBA Championship.
The Spurs hit the Heat with a massive counter punch in game 3, winning 113-77. They now lead the series 2-1.
The Heat came up big in game 2 of the NBA Finals and now head to San Antonio in a series tied 1-1.
The Spurs came up big in the closing moments of game one, and stole home court advantage from the defending champs.
LeBron plots his revenge against Tim Duncan and the team that swept him in his first ever finals appearance when he was with the Cavs.
The Spurs learned who they will be facing in the NBA Finals starting on Thursday, June 6th: LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
For many, being 35 isn't old, but according to the San Antonio Spurs and last night's box score, Tim Duncan is ancient.