LeBron James has been in the league for a decade now, is playing in his fourth NBA Finals, and has had his fair share of high-stakes games in the process, but he said after Game 6 that his career hit a peak. It wasn't necessarily the...Show More Summary
LeBron James ditched his signature headband in the middle of the 4th quarter in Tuesday's epic Game 6 win in the NBA Finals. It worked. He took over, the Heat won, and he ended up with 32 points, 11 assists, and 10 rebounds. Twitter exploded with LeBron headband jokes. Show More Summary
Magic Johnson played in some of the greatest NBA games of all time, but he is not sure he has ever seen a game as great as the back-and-forth NBA Finals Game 6 between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs that the Heat eventually won to force a Game 7 Thursday. Show More Summary
Wow. Just...wow. What more could you ask for from an NBA Finals game? Great players from two great teams making big plays in crunch time. That's what basketball fans were treated to in Game 6, which the Miami Heat won 103-100 in overtime against the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday night. Show More Summary
The best player in the world, who had scored 11 points in the fourth quarter to carry his team back from a double-digit deficit, and swatted away a Tim Duncan shot to boot, looked meek and confused in the final minute of regulation of Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Show More Summary
That. Was. Extraordinary. For five games, the world was crying in outrage, as few games of the 2013 NBA Finals were competitive. Fortunately for those that were willing to wait, Game 6 was one of the best games we've seen all season long. Show More Summary
A solid number of Miami Heat fans left Game 6 of the NBA Finals when the Heat were down 94-89 with 40 seconds left, according to widespread reports. Miami went on to force OT with a miracle Ray Allen 3-pointer, and won in overtime to force Game 7. Show More Summary
It was a performance for the ages by San Antonio Spurs star forward Tim Duncan, but unfortunately for him, late heroics from the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals will forever dampen what was a historic performance. Duncan's line for the night was 30 points and 17 rebounds to go along with a plus-16 rating. Show More Summary
Who needs a headband when you're the greatest player alive? In one of the most thrilling games in NBA Finals history, the Miami Heat kept their repeat chances alive on Tuesday night, defeating the San Antonio Spurs 103-100 in overtime. Show More Summary
THE FACTS: Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer to force overtime and then two free throws to help ice the Miami Heat's 103-100 comeback victory in overtime against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Please read this instead of the disjointed gamer that’s in the paper. And I plan to perhaps stop by Mike’s when I’m done here; the regular fare might not be there ‘til 9 or so. What an epic night. -...
Result on Sunday from the NBA championship series (series best-of-seven): at San Antonio San Antonio 114 Miami 104 (San Antonio leads series 3-2) afp
Here are the best from Miami's 103-100 OT win in Game 6. Kawhi Leonard puts Mike Miller on a poster. Tony Parker with the and-1 bucket. Shoeless Mike Miller knocks down a three. LeBron James blocks Tim Duncan with no headband. Ray Allen sends it to OT with a three with 5.2 seconds left. The final play. See you Thursday. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Down 95-92 with five seconds left, Ray Allen made a miracle corner 3-pointer to force overtime in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. The video: The Heat were down 94-89 with 20 seconds left when LeBron James made a 3-pointer to make it 94-92....Show More Summary
MIAMI (AP) — LeBron James shrugged off a poor start to get 30 points, nine assists and eight rebounds and Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds to play that helped put Game 6 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs into overtime tied at 95 on Tuesday night.
Tonight in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, the Heat found themselves down big near the beginning of the fourth quarter. While the Heat were in the midst of a big comeback, Mike Miller lost his shoe. But that didn’t slow him down from making cuts on offense in his sock. This is either going [...]
The Miami Heat are trying to make a comeback after being down 10 to start the 4th quarter of Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Mike Miller did his part by nailing a 3-pointer despite losing his shoe. The shot: Full video: One shoe (via @jose3030): Join the conversation about this story »
Kawhi Leonard and the Spurs jumped out to a hot start in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Kawhi had a three, an And 1, and this vicious dunk on the Heat’s Mike Miller to open the first quarter of the game. Nasty dunk, just nasty.
MIAMI (AP) — Tim Duncan scored 30 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lift the San Antonio Spurs to a 75-65 lead over the Miami Heat after three quarters in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night.