NBA star LeBron James together with Ray Allen’s amazing game-tying 3-pointer led Miami Heat to 103-100 Game 6 win.
James scored 14 points in the fourth quarter as his team came together to force overtime in Game 6 and then a Game 7 in the 2013 NBA Finals. Thought the Spurs took a 75-65 lead in the final quarter, LeBron took the charge and took Miami Heat to 38-25 score in the fourth quarter and overtime.
Take a look at James viciously scoring for Heat and losing his headband along the way:
But the four-time NBA MVP was not the only Heat on fire. Ray Allen scored an incredible three pointer in the closing seconds of Game 6 that tied the game and forced overtime from where the Heat took on to win the final and decisive Game 7. Check out Allen’s amazing dunk in the video below:
“If we're going to go down tonight, we're going to go down with me leaving every little bit of energy that I have on the floor. And I just tried to do it on both ends,” LeBron James saidin an interview on the court. “I still made some critical plays as far as bad plays late in the fourth, couple turnovers, couple mistakes but I can live with those mistakes when I know I gave it my all tonight. We live to see another day,” Said Allen.
Meanwhile, Heat fans are busy in arguing which player, James or Allen, was responsible for the escape. Our guess is both players did extremely well and complemented each other’s dunks throughout the playoff. Both deserve a round of applause, don’t you think?