Found June 19, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
Game 6 of the NBA Finals is an instant classic, and thanks to YouTube user MaxaMillion711 we can relive it in just over three minutes of an epic compilation.  In what will most likely be known as the headband game, fans were reminded why the NBA is just plain awesome.  Enjoy. [The Score] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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