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In case you missed it, San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Danny Green has been lights out from behind the arc hitting a record 25 three pointers through five games; a number good enough to break the record for most three's made in a Finals series.
Breaking the record was great. Doing it in a winning effort in Game 5 even better, but what made it the best was that the old record holder, Ray Allen, had to watch him do it--a look forever immortalized in this GIF:
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The NBA has been kind enough to provide us with a video of all 25 three pointers for our viewing pleasure:
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In front of former record holder, Ray Allen, and against the former record holder’s team, the Miami Heat, Danny Green set a new NBA Finals record for three-pointers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. It would be Green’s fourth three-pointer of Game 5 against the Heat on Sunday that would mark his 23rd three-pointer [...]The post San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green Sets NBA Finals Record...
Danny Green scored 24 points to help the San Antonio Spurs topple the Miami Heat on Sunday.
18 of Green’s points game of the 3-point sharpshooting that has become his trademark.
Green and key performances from Ginobili (24 points, 10 assists) and Tony Parker ( 26 points) largely kept the Heat at bay on their way to the 114-104 victory.
The Spurs now hold a 3-2 series lead over...
The San Antonio Spurs lead the Miami Heat 3–2 in the 2013 NBA Finals and will have a chance to finish the series tonight in Miami (8 p.m. Central Time on ABC). With the Spurs so close to a title, the question, “Could—or should—Danny Green be the NBA Finals MVP?” has been coming up a lot on blogs, social media, podcasts, and among people who are paid to kill time debating...
If the San Antonio Spurs win the NBA Finals, then forward Danny Green should be your NBA Finals MVP.
Green has been a hero for the Spurs this NBA Finals, and with it he’s becoming America’s Sweetheart. Danny Green was 6-for-10 from the 3-point line — setting an NBA Finals record for most 3-pointers in a series (25) — and he scored 24 points to put the Spurs a win away from...
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...
This super impressive video shows Ben Lapps combing his musical skills with his passion for basketball, and the result is pure badassery.
I feel like all that was missing was a bunch of screaming groupies and a huge explosion in the background while he walked away.
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The Miami Heat were down three with one last shot at tying the game. LeBron James bricked a three, but the rebound eventually found its way to Ray Allen. Allen stepped back over the three point arc and drilled perhaps the most clutch three of his career with five seconds left in the game. Game 6 is headed to OT.
The San Antonio Spurs lost a heartbreaker in Game 6 against the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, but they still have another chance to win an NBA title in Game 7 on Thursday night. If not for the stellar shooting of Danny Green throughout the series, LeBron James would already be living up to the [...]
He left Boston to help the Heat repeat as champs. His huge shot in
Game 6 kept that hope alive.
After allowing San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green to set a Finals record with 25 3-pointers in just five games, the Miami Heat and center Chris Bosh are not going to let the 25-year-old have his way in Game 6 Tuesday night. “He has a knack for shooting, but he
Danny Green has been lights out for the Spurs so far. (Photo credit)
I don’t want to write about LeBron’s fourth quarter disappearing act (three points, 1-5 from the field). There’ll be plenty of time for that after the series if Miami loses. I suppose Miami’s move to small-ball is interesting, but it had the inadvertent side effect of getting Tiago Splitter off of the floor...
Miami Heat fans should be absolutely ashamed of themselves.
The funniest part of the mass exodus out of the arena with 28 seconds remaining in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals was the Instagram picture showing one of the fans on the elevator in an old purple No. 34 Milwaukee Bucks jersey, where Ray Allen played once upon a time.
So that fan and numerous others chose to give up on LeBron...
LeBron James shrugged off a poor start to get 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds to play to force overtime and the Miami Heat staved off elimination with a 103-100 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night.
James missed nine of his first 12 shots, but scored 16 points in the fourth to rally the...
Miami Heat were facing elimination in Game 6 in the 2013 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday night after being down more than 10 points late in the third quarter, but would make an epic comeback fueled by LeBron James offensive 4th quarter, a Ray Allen three-pointer to send the game into [...]The post Miami Heat Fans Leave Early In Game 6 (Video) appeared first on...