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The Heat were on the ropes, the Spurs were moments away from bringing in title No. 5 to the franchise and the Heat needed something to turn the tide.
Enter Heat's Ray Allen.
Dwyane Wade misfired on a three to tie the game in the fourth quarter and with 7-seconds left in regulation, Allen nailed the clutch three to send the game into overtime where Miami would go on to win the game and tie the series forcing a game seven.
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Thursday night, Ray Allen will take the court in Game 7 of the NBA Finals for the second time in four years.
Celtics fans all remember Allen’s last trip to the Finals, but the Miami Heat sharpshooter tries to block that experience out of his mind.
According to The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn, Allen said Wednesday that Boston took Game 7 of the 2010 Finals against the Lakers...
If Miami ever needed Ray Allen’s three-point shooting it was in-game 6 of the NBA Finals. The leagues all-time leading three-point maker did what he always does, hits the easy three to keep the Heat alive as he sends this game into overtime.
With less than five seconds in regulation, Chris Bosh grabs the most important rebound of his career and finds Ray Allen in the corner....
Basketball’s Best Shooter Has One Final Shot For A Title
The saying goes, “God helps those, who help themselves.”
Turned out to be a fitting mantra for the man who once portrayed Jesus.
It wasn’t the first game-winner of Ray Allen’s career, but it certainly was the most memorable to that point.
The junior Guard from the University of Connecticut had struggled immensely...
With Tim Duncan out of the game it gave an opportunity for Chris Bosh to get the crucial rebound off the Lebron James missed three-pointer and feed it to Ray Allen who nailed a three for the ages. Allen, one of the NBA’s best three-point shooters of all-time knocked down a three from the baseline with 5.2 seconds left in the game despite being smothered by Tony Parker. Then Parker...
It appeared that the San Antonio Spurs were going hold onto game six of the 2013 NBA Finals with a three point lead with less than ten seconds remaining.
That was until Miami Heat guard Ray Allen drained a game-tying three pointer to send the game into overtime:
Ray Allen forces overtime with three pointer [The Big Lead]
Well you can't blame Heat fans. Down 5 with less than 30 seconds to go. Not a bad idea to beat traffic home.
Then Ray Allen saved Miami's season and it was a free for all to get back into the American Airlines Arena.
WTVJ in Miami was there when Heat fans tried to get back in the arena.
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Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat said he became upset when he saw the NBA and the security at American Airlines Arena preparing for the Larry O’Brien Trophy presentation when the Heat were down 5 with 22 seconds left. He should be more upset with the Heat fans that hurried to the exit to beat the traffic. A couple of thousand fans attempted to beat the rush, giving up on their team...
One of the lingering questions from game six of the 2013 NBA Finals was the Spurs decision to not foul Ray Allen on his game-tying three point attempt before the end of regulation.
As you might figure, a reporter asked Gregg Popovich that question and Pop didn’t disappoint with a very “Pop-Like” answer:
Never Change, Gregg Popovich!
UFC light heavyweight Chael Sonnen isn’t a fan of Miami Heat Star LeBron James and thinks the four-time NBA most Valuable Player, is a “dork.” Sonnen appeared on The Jim Rome Show on the cable network Showtime a week ago and called James names then ripped the NBA for
Ray Allen’s 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds to play to force overtime, and LeBron James 32 points helped the Miami Heat stay alive in the NBA Finals Tuesday night against the San Antonio Spurs. The Heat beat the Spurs 103-100