The NBA Finals, once again, involve two of the most successful teams of the past 15 years, the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs, tied 1-1 after Sunday's game. In light of the recent blockbuster sale of the Clippers, how much would the Spurs or the Heat fetch on the NBA market?
The San Antonio Spurs overcame a faulty air conditioning system at their home AT&T Center to outlast an overheated Miami Heat, 110-95 in game one of the NBA Finals. Game two is being broadcast Sunday night on ABC.
LeBron headband is abandoned in Game 6, but the Miami Heat, led by a James triple-double, erased a 10-point third quarter deficit to defeat the San Antonio Spurs in overtime Tuesday night. Who knows if LeBron headband returns for Game 7 of the NBA Finals?
NBA Finals Game 6 finds the San Antonio Spurs on the brink of stealing a title from the flashy Miami Heat and superstar LeBron James. The Heat aren't making it easy, but they are ensuring that the perennially overlooked Spurs have the NBA Finals audience they deserve.