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Midwest Sports Fans:
The 2013 NBA Finals feature four players who have been named MVP of the NBA Finals, now known as the Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award:
Tim Duncan (1999, 2003, 2005)
Dwyane Wade (2006)
Tony Parker (2007)
LeBron James (2012)
Tim Duncan and LeBron James are two of four former Finals MVPs in this year’s Finals. Twice before there have been five. (Photo from Getty Images, US Presswire)
While this is remarkable, it is not unprecedented.
There have been two NBA Finals that featured five former Finals MVPs.
Name the years in which these Finals were played and the five Finals MVPs in each series.
(Hint: Four players will appear on both lists.)
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BEST OF MAXIM
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Of course time will tell if his night will be a dominant one...
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According to the Indy Star:
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Top 5 Players
1. LeBron James (Heat)
2. Tony Parker (Spurs)
3. Dwyane Wade (Heat)
4. Tim Duncan (Spurs)
5. Chris Bosh (Heat)
1. Ray Allen (Heat)
2. Danny Green (Spurs)
3. Chris Anderson (Heat)
Best scorer : LeBron James (Heat)
Best passer: Tony Parker (Spurs)
Best shooter: Matt Bonner (Spurs)
Best low-post scorer: Tim Duncan (Spurs)
Best rebounder: Tim Duncan (Spurs)...
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Of course what better way to start then with the slam that started LeBron James off for the night?
Or Tear Paper
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