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The Sports Bank:
Two more losses and all those Miami Heat fans will have to go back to rooting for the Dallas Cowboys, New York Yankees, Notre Dame, Duke etc. Here’s some numbers from San Antonio Spurs 113, Miami Heat 77.
Mario Chalmers: 1 ast, 4 TO, 0-5 FG.
Dwyane Wade: 0 reb in 34 min, Lebron James: 7-21 FG. “Not1, Not2, Not3, Not4…….”
Miami Heat, the rhythm is gonna get you. #Spurs #GloriaEstefanCouldPlayBetterDefenseOnDannyGreen
Let’s see who else had fun at the expense of the Miami Heat (SportsCenter’s home team) Tuesday night on Twitter.
Dave Wischnowsky of CBS Chicago:
LeBron forgot to take his talents to San Antonio.
— Dave Wischnowsky (@wischlist) June 12, 2013
Actress Elizabeth Banks is not related to me. Even though both of us are Caucasians with the last name Banks.
I’m no basketball expert, but the San Antonio Spurs are giving the Miami Heat their own Red Wedding. #GoT #NBAFinals
— Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) June 12, 2013
Teams the Heat couldn’t beat tonight: @unclebarkycomWa
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