Don't Worry, You Can Now Buy Shoe-and-Headband-Themed Miami Heat Shirts
As Miami Heat stars began losing clothing during Game 6 of the NBA Finals, someone had the bright idea to make some money.
Yes, you can indeed get your hands on these t-shirts being sold for $24 over at the Miami Heat's official online store.
If you have no idea what the shirts are referring to, well you just haven't been following the NBA Finals closely, because Game 6 was as much about sports apparel as it was about an amazing comeback.
Down 77-70 in the fourth quarter of a crucial Game 6, Mike Miller lost one of his shoes on defense. With no time to worry about being short a sneaker, Miller drained a three-pointer moments later.
While the Miami crowd went wild, so did Twitter:
MIKE MILLER NEEDS ONE SHOE FOR THREE POINTS— Zach Harper (@talkhoops) June 19, 2013
Things seem bigger right when they happen, but we can agree: the Mike Miller one-shoe 3-pointer is the greatest moment in sports history.— Michael Rosenberg (@Rosenberg_Mike) June 19, 2013
Soon after, LeBron James lost his iconic headband while corralling an offensive rebound. Yahoo! Sports' Dan Devine does a great job breaking down a resurgent James who almost appeared unfettered by the lack of a headband.
Of course, anyone with a Twitter profile and a television feed seemed to offer up anything that came to mind the moment James lost his famous headgear.
107 Twitter parody accounts were made for LeBron's headband. Every single one of them set comedy back decades. http://t.co/1mp3RbYknl— World of Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) June 19, 2013
With that, I am only mad I didn't just assume these very shirts would be produced en masse for a Heat-hungry fanbase.
Now comes the important question: How does one choose between such ridiculous t-shirts? You have the headband swag that will undoubtedly be a fan favorite, but we leave you Heat hipsters to gobble up the shoeless Miller shirts.
There is no word on whether these will be made available before Game 7 on Thursday night. However, if you do get your hands on a shirt at the arena, make sure you stay the entire game this time.
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