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Admit it, ESPN: Giving LeBron shit is a little bit fun.
It’s all over but the talking about what went wrong for the Heat and what went so, so right for the Spurs. San Antonio — led by Gregg Popovich and their Big 3 and NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard — finished out the series in five games.
There are six minutes left in Game 5 of the NBA Finals — a must-win game for the Miami Heat, who are down 3-1 to the San Antonio Spurs. Where is LeBron James, the game’s best player?
— NBA.com/Stats (@nbastats) June 11, 2014
San Antonio exploded in the first quarter, scoring 41 points on 90.5 percent (!) shooting from the field, including a perfect 6 of 6 from downtown. The 41 points scored by the Spurs were the most scored in the first quarter of an NBA Finals since 1967.
Who knew that a broken air conditioner would create a home court advantage?
In a rematch of the 2013 finals, the Spurs wanted to come out and make a statement. While that statement was “We forgot to pay our utility bill,” they also literally beat the Heat 110-95, to take a 1-0 lead in the Finals.
Ray Allen’s game-winning corner 3 from Game 6 of the 2013 Finals. Pretty awesome.
With less than 48 hours before the start of the NBA Finals, a beauty of a billboard knocking Miami’s Big Three went viral on Twitter.