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Monkey boy Mike Miller decided he only needed one shoe to hit this three in the 1st half last night. I guess good for him. Let’s all throw a party for Mike. Yaaaaaay Mike. Yay.
Seriously, the Heat better lose tomorrow. So sick of this crap.
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Mike Miller had 8 points for the Heat in a Game 6 overtime victory against the Spurs on Tuesday, and 3 of those points came without one of his shoes.
After his shoe came off, Miller tossed it to the Heat bench than across the court where he hit a dagger that pulled the Heat to within four points early in the fourth quarter.
Tweet Surprisingly enough, Mike Miller has played an enormous role for the Miami Heat in the 2013 NBA Finals. Having not played much during the regular season, he’s been a spark for the defending champs against the San Antonio Spurs. No sparks that he’s set off have been as bright as his three in the [...]
In Game 6 of the Miami Heat vs San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals, Mike Miller lost his shoe on his way down the court and spotted up for a 3, and drilled it. Check out the GIF:
You can never leave Mike Miller open. Not even when he’s only wearing one shoe.
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Miami Heat guard Mike Miller drilled a three-pointer while wearing only one shoe during the fourth quarter of Tuesday night's Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
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Heat forward Mike Miller tried his best Lebron James-on-Tiago Splitter impression Tuesday night, but it didn’t work out as planned. Instead, Miller found himself on a poster after failing to block a thunderous dunk by San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard.
Miller has had a rough go of it in Games 4 and 5 of the NBA Finals, being held scoreless over the two contests after going 5-for-5...
With the Miami Heat trailing the San Antonio Spurs and facing elimination in Game 6 of the NBA Championships, Mike Miller sank a momentous three-pointer. The Heat rallied to start the 4th quarter with a 10-4 run, but none were more impressive than this Mike Miller three-pointer, where the sharpshooter only had one shoe on. Call him Shoeless Mike Miller from now on.
Clearly, Miami Heat forward Mike Miller doesn’t need two stinkin’ shoes to drain a three pointer during game six of the 2013 NBA Finals.
Watch as Mike lifts off with one shoe to drain a three-pointer in the fourth quarter:
Mike Miller drains three-pointer with one shoe [Buzzfeed Sports]
Mike Miller made a clutch shot in the fourth quarter of Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday, and he did it while wearing just one shoe. The Miami Heat sharpshooter lost his shoe on the previous possession when Tiago Splitter tossed in a layup for the San Antonio Spurs. Someone landed on Miller [...]
Even if he may struggle on the defensive end, Miami Heat’s Mike Miller has been huge throughout these 2013 NBA Finals. Miller finished 2-of-2 from three point range, including this one wearing only one shoe.
Mike Miller lost his shoe during the fourth quarter of Game 6, tossed it to the Heat bench, and still got open beyond-the-arc and drilled the three-pointer shoeless, his second of the game, to cut the Spurs lead to 4, 77-73.
The tempo for the Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night was set at the 5:56 mark of the first quarter.
That's when San Antonio forward Kawhi Leonard embarrassed Heat guard Mike Miller.
With the game tied 16-16, the Spurs initiated a fast break. Tony Parker found Leonard streaking down the left side of the lane.
The pass was delivered, Leonard elevated and threw...
Mike Miller did his best to play defense on Kawhi Leonard as he drove to the basket midway through the first quarter of Game 6 of the NBA Finals . But Miller just couldn’t get up high enough, thanks to to a well-timed off hand slap to the face from Leonard. Oh, he finished it off with a thunderours dunk: Miller started in place of Shane Battier, who probably would have drew the charge.
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This video doesn’t need any set up. Just watch Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs dunk all over Mike Miller of the Miami Heat in the first quarter of Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals. Enjoy the video after the jump.