Found June 19, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

The San Antonio Spurs looked like they were headed to a fifth NBA title Tuesday night when they had a 10 point lead going into the fourth quarter, then had a five-point edge with 28 seconds left in regulation after blowing the lead.  But the Miami Heat never gave up, forcing a Game 7 

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