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Retrieved November 2, 2013. Stay up to date with the series! San Antonio scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, while limiting Miami to just 16. Retrieved May 17, 2012.

Game 6 The Heat rode a triple-double performance from James 32 points along with 11 assists and 10 rebounds —becoming the first player since in to have two triple doubles in the same NBA Finals series—and 20 points from , while Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 30 points and 17 rebounds; however, Duncan was held scoreless after the third quarter. The information provided from this website is not owned by us. Game 7 James scored 37 points, including five 3-pointers, and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Miami to a 95—88 victory in Game 7. Game 4 The Heat evened the series again, pulling away from San Antonio in the second half after an even contest at halftime, 49—49.

Video Games, Troll games, Reviews, News Game Fun8 - For the Heat, made all five of his three-point shots and finished with 15 points on the night, while Wade led the Heat with 16 points. They had a chance to tie the game, but Duncan, guarded by , missed a shot under the basket and a follow-up tip-in attempt.

Miami became the sixth team to win consecutive NBA championships, joining the —, — , the —, —, —, —, — , the — , the —, — , and the —. This series marked the fifth time the Spurs have made the NBA Finals since 1999, second-most for any franchise in that span behind the Los Angeles Lakers. The Spurs had won all of their previous four finals appearances, putting them only behind the six-time champion Chicago Bulls for most titles without ever losing a Finals, making this series the first Finals loss in Spurs history. This series was also the first time San Antonio had played in the NBA Finals without home court advantage, as Miami had home-court advantage based on their. It was the Heat's third consecutive NBA Finals appearance, the first Eastern Conference team to achieve that since the Chicago Bulls 1996—1998. This marked the first time a team made three consecutive Finals appearances since the did so in 2008—2010. Four former played in the series the Spurs' and , and the Heat's and , the most since. The 2013 Finals also set a record for most international players on either Finals roster 10. Tim Duncan became the fourth player in NBA history to make a Finals appearance in three different decades. This marked the last NBA Finals played during the tenure of NBA commissioner. In addition, it also marked the last time the Finals used the 2—3—2 format, after which it reverted to the 2—2—1—1—1 format. The Spurs and Heat would both advance to the , where the Spurs won in five games. LeBron James and Tim Duncan previously faced off in the , when James was with the , which saw the Spurs sweep the Cavaliers in four games, giving San Antonio their fourth NBA title. After the deciding game, Duncan sought out James in the locker room to praise him for a great series and told James that the league would be his someday. In 2010, Spurs president of basketball and head coach made a congratulatory phone call to Heat president for signing LeBron James and to play with. San Antonio Spurs Main article: This was the San Antonio Spurs' fifth appearance in the NBA Finals, attempting to win their fifth NBA championship in team history. The Spurs finished the regular season with 58 wins, finishing in first place in the and the second overall regular season record among Western Conference teams. They recorded only two losses in the first three rounds of the playoffs: they swept the in the first round in four games, eliminated the in six games in the second round, then swept the in the Western Conference Finals in four games. Miami Heat Main article: This was the Miami Heat's fourth appearance in the NBA Finals and the third appearance for three straight years, attempting to win their third NBA championship. The Heat finished with the best regular season record, recording a league leading 66 wins, and first place in the. They swept the in the first round of the playoffs in four games before eliminating the in five games in the second round, winning four straight games in the series. In the Eastern Conference Finals, the Heat defeated the in seven games. For the November 29 game at Miami which was nationally televised, Popovich sat out starters Duncan, , , and , at the end of a long road trip in order to ensure they had enough rest for the playoffs, as the Spurs had some of the oldest players in the league. Despite the absence of their four starters, the Spurs led the game until the final minute when the Heat came back to win 105—100. The Heat responded somewhat in kind for their trip to San Antonio, as LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Mario Chalmers sat out with minor injuries, though those moves were understandable in light of Miami's dominant position for clinching the home-court advantage for the playoffs as well as the end two games earlier of the Heat's record 27-game winning streak. Miami ended up winning anyway thanks to a last-second 3-pointer from the top player they left active for the game, Chris Bosh. Game Date Home Team Result Road Team Game 1 Thursday, June 6 Miami Heat 88—92 0—1 San Antonio Spurs Game 2 Sunday, June 9 Miami Heat 103—84 1—1 San Antonio Spurs Game 3 Tuesday, June 11 San Antonio Spurs 113—77 2—1 Miami Heat Game 4 Thursday, June 13 San Antonio Spurs 93—109 2—2 Miami Heat Game 5 Sunday, June 16 San Antonio Spurs 114—104 3—2 Miami Heat Game 6 Tuesday, June 18 Miami Heat 103—100 OT 3—3 San Antonio Spurs Game 7 Thursday, June 20 Miami Heat 95—88 4—3 San Antonio Spurs San Antonio won the opener as scored on a bank shot with 5. San Antonio scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, while limiting Miami to just 16. Parker led the Spurs with 21 points and 6 assists. The Heat held a 52—49 halftime lead, and recorded a triple-double in the game with 18 points, 18 rebounds, and 10 assists. However, Miami's , who scored 17 points, was shut out in the final period. Game 2 San Antonio bounced back in Game 3, setting the Finals record for most three-pointers in a game 16 , and giving the Heat their worst loss in franchise playoff history. The Spurs ensured the game was a blowout by outscoring Miami 35—14 in the fourth quarter after leading 78—63 at the end of the third. The Spurs shined despite a lackluster game from who scored only 6 points before he had to leave the game due to a hamstring injury. For the Heat, made all five of his three-point shots and finished with 15 points on the night, while Wade led the Heat with 16 points. However, was held to just 7 of 21 shooting from the field, finished with only 15 points, and did not shoot a free throw for the first time in his Miami playoff career. After a strong showing in Game 2, was held scoreless with one assist. Game 4 The Heat evened the series again, pulling away from San Antonio in the second half after an even contest at halftime, 49—49. The Heat continued their streak of not losing consecutive games that the team started in January. The Big Three the trio of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh for Miami finally came together in a big way. James led the Heat with 33 points, while Wade had 32 and Bosh added 20. Game 5 San Antonio used a marquee shooting performance to down the Heat and take a 3—2 series lead. The Heat trailed the Spurs by double digits for most of the game. Although they finally closed to within one point, 75—74, with 3:05 left in the third quarter, they could not overtake and San Antonio started to pull away after that. Making 42 of 70 shots, San Antonio became the first team to shoot at least 60 percent in an NBA Finals game since the in. At one point in the game, Spurs went on a 19—1 run, with Green and Ginóbili scoring most of those points. Game 6 The Heat rode a triple-double performance from James 32 points along with 11 assists and 10 rebounds —becoming the first player since in to have two triple doubles in the same NBA Finals series—and 20 points from , while Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 30 points and 17 rebounds; however, Duncan was held scoreless after the third quarter. The game is considered by players and commentators to be one of the greatest games in NBA history. On July 17, 2013, Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals received the for Best Game. The Spurs were leading 75—65 at the end of the third quarter, but sparked a 20—7 run for the Heat to start the fourth quarter, personally scoring 11 of those points. With 10:30 remaining, the Spurs still up 77—70, 's shoe came loose but he did not have time to put it back on so he tossed it off court; with one sock and one shoe he received a pass from LeBron James and sunk a three-pointer to pull the Heat within four. With 2:09 remaining, the Heat pulled ahead 89—86 but the Spurs went on a run of their own spearheaded by , who shot a stepback three and a reverse layup in consecutive possessions to put his team ahead 91—89. On the next possession, James lost the ball in the post; this eventually led to a pair of free throws after an intentional foul by on the other end, pushing the score to 93—89. James committed a second crucial turnover forcing it into the hands of Ginóbili, who was fouled by Allen. Ginóbili would miss one of two free throws, setting the stage for the comeback. LeBron James missed a three-pointer, but the ball was kept in Heat possession by Wade and Allen both tipping the ball until Mike Miller got the rebound and passed to James, who made the three-pointer to pull within two points with 20 seconds left. After failing to steal the inbound pass, the Heat immediately fouled , who also missed one of two free throws, keeping it a one possession game at 95—92. James was entrusted with the final shot but missed a 26-foot jumper from beyond the arc. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich had opted for a to defend the perimeter in the closing moments of the fourth quarter, resulting in the Spurs' Tim Duncan being on the bench as both Heat's three-pointers came off of rebounds. The Spurs had no timeouts left after Allen's shot, but received a de facto extra timeout due to the video review that confirmed that Allen had both feet behind the 3-point line when he released the ball. Tony Parker was able to drive the length of the court and launch a short off-balance jumper over LeBron James, but it became an airball as the buzzer sounded to end the 4th quarter. In overtime, James hit a floater with 1:43 remaining to give Miami a 101—100 lead. That score would hold all the way down to final moments, where Dwyane Wade would miss a jumper trying to extend the lead, and San Antonio getting the rebound with 12 seconds left. The Spurs opted not to call timeout and let Manu Ginóbili get a full head of steam heading towards the basket. However, Ray Allen would strip the ball away from Ginobili on his way up for a shot and Allen would recover the ball, forcing the Spurs to foul him with 1. Allen made both free throws to put Miami up 103—100. San Antonio still had a chance but Bosh who had a key block earlier in OT , came through with another key block in the final seconds to prevent a three-point game-tying shot from. Game 7 James scored 37 points, including five 3-pointers, and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Miami to a 95—88 victory in Game 7. With the win, the Heat captured their second consecutive NBA championship. After a 3-point shot by , the Spurs trailed by just two with 50 seconds remaining in the game. They had a chance to tie the game, but Duncan, guarded by , missed a shot under the basket and a follow-up tip-in attempt. James went on to hit a 17-foot jumper that secured the victory. Wade scored 23 points and had 10 rebounds, and Battier scored 18 points on six 3-pointers to offset scoreless nights by Bosh and Allen. James tied 's record set in for most points in an NBA Finals Game 7 win, and won his second straight. The Heat became the fifth team to win the NBA title by coming back from a 3—2 series deficit and win the final two games at home Once by the in , by the in and , and in. Miami Heat 2012—13 Miami Heat roster Players Coaches Pos. ESPN Radio aired it as well and had and as commentators. For the first time, provided exclusive Spanish-language coverage of The Finals, with a commentary team of , Carlos Morales, and. Game households American audience in millions 1 8. The Heat swept the in the first round and defeated the in five games in the Eastern Conference semifinals, setting up a rematch of last season's Eastern Conference Finals match-up with the Pacers. The Heat won that series in six games and advanced to the NBA finals for the fourth consecutive year. The Spurs finished with the NBA's best record at 62—20 the next season. The Spurs outlasted their rivals, the , in the first round in seven games, finished off the in five games in the Western Conference semifinals, and defeated the in the conference finals in six games to return to the NBA finals. The teams set up their , but it was the Spurs who came away victorious, ending the Heat's hopes of a three-peat in the series in five games and claiming their fifth NBA championship. The Heat did not make the 2015 NBA playoffs, while the Spurs' defense of their title ended in the 1st round when they lost a 7-game series to the. Retrieved May 17, 2012. Retrieved June 4, 2013. Retrieved June 6, 2013. Retrieved June 6, 2013. Retrieved June 9, 2013. Archived from on June 7, 2013. Retrieved June 10, 2013. Retrieved June 10, 2013. Retrieved June 7, 2013. Retrieved June 10, 2013. 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With 10:30 remaining, the Spurs still up 77—70, 's shoe came loose but he did not have time to put it back on so he tossed it off court; with one sock and one shoe he received a pass from LeBron James and sunk a three-pointer to pull the Heat within four. Retrieved June 10, 2013. If you missed the game, select from the menu and watch FULL games. San Antonio Spurs Main article: This was the San Antonio Spurs' fifth appearance in the NBA Finals, attempting to win their fifth NBA championship in team history. On the next possession, James lost the ball in the post; this eventually led to a pair of free throws after an intentional foul by on the other end, pushing the score to 93—89. With 2:09 remaining, the Heat pulled ahead 89—86 but the Spurs went on a run of their own spearheaded by , who shot a stepback three and a reverse layup in consecutive possessions to put his team ahead 91—89. Tim Duncan became the fourth player in NBA history to make a Finals appearance in three different decades.

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