Heat vs. Spurs NBA Finals Game 7: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
LeBron James scores 37 points and grabs 12 rebounds and hits some clutch shots late to lead the Heat to a 95-88 victory over the Spurs in Game 7 for the Heat's second consecutive NBA Championship. James was the Finals MVP.
LeBron James joins Michael Jordan and Bill Russell as only players in NBA history to win back-to-back regular-season MVPs & NBA titles.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 21, 2013
LeBron and Wade hug with their Finals MVP and championship trophies.
James: 5th player to win consecutive Finals MVP awards (Michael Jordan, Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant, Hakeem Olajuwon).— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 21, 2013
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade hug.
LeBron James' 34.4 PPG in Game 7s is the highest average in NBA history (among players w/ 2+ games).— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 21, 2013
LeBron shows some respect for Tim Duncan.
The score doesn't reflect just how close game 7 was.
LeBron James has 37 points, 12 rebounds, and four assists. Miami up 94-88 with 16 seconds left, Wade going to the line.— Dime Alert (@DimeAlert) June 21, 2013
It's coming down to the wire.
LeBron James. Clutch when he needs to be.— SportsNation (@SportsNation) June 21, 2013
LeBron hits the clutch 17-footer to give the Heat a four-point lead with 27.9 seconds left.
Tim Duncan misses two key chances to tie it.
Heat 90, Spurs 88. 39.0 seconds left, 14 on the shot clock. Heat ball after the timeout. It all comes down to this.— The NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) June 21, 2013
It's a two point game with a little more than a minute remaining.
THAT’S SO KAWHI. 90-88. TWO MINUTES. I’M BLEEDING OUT.— Pounding the Rock (@poundingtherock) June 21, 2013
In Game 7 of the NBA Finals, Tim Duncan has 24 and 11 in 40 minutes. He's 37.— Eric Koreen (@ekoreen) June 21, 2013
After Duncan's And-1, the Spurs trail by three with 3:06 left.
OH MY GOD. Battier hits another open three. Manu rushes it back, no timeout called, then OLD MAN DUNCAN with an And-1. 5 fouls on Bosh.— Pounding the Rock (@poundingtherock) June 21, 2013
LeBron finds Shane Battier for the clutch three.
LeBron hits the jumper and he now has 33.
Only 5 players have scored for the Heat. And one of those players has 3 points.— Jason Patt (@Bulls_Jay) June 21, 2013
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