The Miami Heat Beat Spurs 103-100, Force Game 7
After being down 14 points, the Miami Heat were able to pull off a comeback win in overtime against the San Antonio Spurs, 103-100.
The Spurs almost walked away from Tuesday’s game six with their fifth NBA title in franchise history. But not so fast, you are playing on the King’s court after all. The Miami Heat wouldn’t give up without a fight and came back to send the game into overtime.
Ray Allen tied the game at 95 with five seconds left to play in regulation. Allen would only score 9 points, but his clutch play is what drove the Heat to victory. LeBron James scored 32 points and 11 assists. Mario Chalmers would put up 20 points in the win.
Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 30 points, but it wasn’t enough in the end. Game 7 of the NBA finals will be Thursday night in Miami, winner take all.