MIAMI — On the other side of the wall, it was bedlam. Delirious fans were still going beserk. Confetti drifted like rain from the rafters at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Miami Heat's signature anthem, “Seven Nation Army,” echoed from the arena into the back hallways. Outside, NBA commissioner David Stern was presenting the Heat with the Larry O'Brien trophy. Listening to the din still playing in the background, a distraught Manu Ginobili took the interview podium after Miami's 95-88 victory in Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night with one thought in mind. The celebration could have belonged to the Spurs. “It's such a fine line between having a great summer,” Ginobili said, “and now feeling like crap.” In Game 7, it was LeBron James who shoved the Spurs over that line.