Ray Allen’s No. 3 clutch helped the Heat extend the season in their 2013 comeback victory
Ray Allen’s three-point shooting has been stable, leading to overtime. The Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs 103-100 in Game 6. The victory forced the seventh game.
The Spurs entered the fourth quarter with a 10-point lead, leading 94-89 with 28.2 seconds left. The Heat fans left the arena.
LeBron James reduced the deficit to 94-92 with a 3-pointer of 20.1 seconds. The Spurs then made one of two free throws.
James missed a 3-pointer, but Chris Bosh grabbed the rebound and found Allen grabbed a three-pointer from the corner to equalize the game.
The Spurs had another chance to win the regular season, but Tony Parker missed a chance to lose his balance.
The Heat trailed again in overtime, but a grab from James gave them a 101-100 lead. They extended the lead to 103-100, and Bosh was blocked by the clutch shot at the buzzer, giving Miami a victory.
James scored 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds.
Tim Duncan scored 30 points and 17 rebounds for San Antonio.
Miami continued to win the seventh game, winning its second consecutive championship. James was named the finals MVP.
This post is written by Brian Abate