Found June 19, 2013 on Diehardsport:
PLAYERS: Ray AllenChris BoshMike Miller
TEAMS: Miami Heat
In one of the most riveting NBA games this postseason, and a must-win game for the Miami Heat, many of the Heat “faithful” were seen leaving the game early when the Heat were down by two.  Ray Allen ended up hitting a game-tying three pointer with five seconds left to send the game to overtime.  The game was close until the bitter end when Chris Bosh packed Danny Green’s last second three point attempt.  Nothing says bandwagon like leaving a two-point game early. A local Miami news report Victor Oquendo live tweeted fans who left and then were begging to be let back into the arena. Fans streaming out…I'm gonna throw up — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 Honestly embarrassing. I'm setting up for my live shot outside the arena, just watching fan after fan exit early. — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 Now I'm watching horrible, drunk, quitting fans desperately trying to get back in. This is madness. — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 None of them deserve to be let in. They are pounding the glass doors. I'm all for gender equality but I'm only seeing female guards…. — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 Might need to call the big dogs in soon. Just sayin' — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 @juanguibeme they're not. It's absurd. People screaming about how they paid good money. Really?! — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 Cops finally here. Fans still pounding on the doors begging to be let in. — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 @Ms_Mambo not being let in and it's glorious. — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 @sunsentinello once they leave, they are not allowed back in. And they are STILL begging to be let in — Victor Oquendo (@VictorOquendo) June 19, 2013 [Related: Kawhi Leonard dunked all over Mike Miller in Game 6] [@Bomani_Jones]

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