The San Antonio Spurs needed only 1 game to win the NBA championship this year. But unfortunately the Miami Heat wasn't going to let it end without giving a fight. Spurs was executing their game plan and with only 2 minutes left in the game, Lebron James made two crucial turnovers. The Spurs were ahead by 5 points with only 28 seconds left. And then Ray Allen came in. Allen hit the crucial points to tie the game and send it to overtime. In the end the Miami won with an end score 103 to 100.
To be honest, I turned off the TV with only 28 seconds left in game. I thought San Antonio has bagged the championship this year. I really thought that there was no chance in hell that Miami would be able to get out of the mess that Lebron created. And then I saw my friend and told him that they lost. He agreed and told me that he lost some money betting. I told him that it was Lebron's fault why the heat lost. He was puzzled. He told me that the Miami won and he lost the bet that the Spurs would win game 6. I checked the Internet and saw that the Miami did really win. Some Miami fans who left the game early were not allowed back inside for the overtime minutes. Imagine how that feels. It's got to suck that they paid a lot for the tickets but were not allowed for the comeback win. But then again they should have not given up their hope with heat early.
So next game It's all or nothing for both teams. We will have to see if James, Wade and Bosh would be able to win their second straight championship for Miami or would the San Antonio Spurs win their 5th ring?
I used to think that Miami's fate lies on how Lebron plays. He does make a lot of points but somehow he could not deliver during crunch time. If it wasn't for Ray Allen, the Heat might have lost their bid for the Championship this year. Don't count Allen out just yet. Either way the NBA finals
would be done after game 7. We just to wait a little longer to see what happens next.