#TWDSPORTS: NBA: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat – NBA Finals (Game 7)‏

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The NBA Finals 2013 collision between San Antonio Spurs (58-24) and Miami Heat (66-16) is officially heading for a decisive game-winning seventh outing on June 20 inside Miami Airlines Arena in Miami, FL, after Miami Heat defeated the commanding Spurs in a instant classic 104-100 overtime contest, adding yet another element of suspense in the series.


NBA reigning MVP, LeBron James, 28, registered an astoundingly effortless triple-double contribution of 32 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists against San Antonio Spurs in game six on route to evenly level the NBA Finals 2013 inter-conference match-up at 3-3. Ironically, LeBron James historic trendsetting continued in becoming the fourth NBA player in history to log at least 30 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists in an NBA Finals game. Furthermore, King James is the second individual to achieve this feat whilst securing a win, joining LA Lakers legend James Worthy.


“It’s by far the best game I’ve ever been a part of. We seen the championship board already out there, the yellow tape. And you know, that’s why you play the game to the final buzzer. And that’s what we did tonight. We gave it everything that we had and more.” commented Miami Heat superstar, LeBron James.


A vigorous resurgence of form from Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in the finals series has alleviated pressure from LeBron James, who has inspirationally carried the ever-resilient Heat through a phoenix of flames, rising from the ashes when the Floridian franchises writing had appeared to be on the wall throughout the infancy of the NBA playoffs finals series.


San Antonio Spurs’ 4-time NBA world champion, Tim Duncan, 37, miraculously turned back the hands of time, alongside Argentine sharpshooting guard, Manu Ginóbili, 35, in rising to the grand occassion; game six saw a phenomenal 24 point and 10 assist effort from the South American, whereas Duncan displayed a fundamentally sound 30 point, 17 rebound performance in a closely fought game seven.



San Antonio Spurs destiny to claim a monumental fifth NBA championship in the dominant Duncan-era is one game away from a reality. Meanwhile, Miami Heat long to attain their third Larry O’Brien trophy into the domain of South Beach, with their lineage and championship legitimacy growing exponentially with LeBron James leading the charge to victory.


San Antonio Spurs Vs Miami Heat (NBA Finals Game 6 Highlights) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXAAFmFUOeM



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Words by : Dean Perretta [ @Dean2185 ]

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