It all comes down to tonight. The San Antonio Spurs or Miami Heat. After an amazing series that led us to this point, we come down to a do or die game that will either help crown an underdog or begin a potential dynasty in the league. It will be possibly the last title of a fading dynasty or the second of a dynasty just now emerging.
Game 6 was an instant classic and thriller that had momentum shifting back and forth through out the night. When LeBron James lost his headband and rallied his team back to tie the game at the end of regulation, seeds of a legendary tale we’re already planted. But Ray Allen hit the game tying 3 with 5 seconds left, and the Heat outlasted the Spurs in overtime in a thriller that had fans literally begging to be let back in to watch the remarkable finish.
Whether it be LeBron James or Danny Green, there will be stars stepping up and we can’t wait to see the action.
How can you catch the action? Here is the information you need to know:
Start time: 9:00 p.m. ET
Location: Miami, Florida
Venue: AmericanAirlines Arena
Series Record: Series tied, 3-3
TV Info: ABC
Live Stream: Watch ESPN/ESPN3
Here is the complete schedule for the 2013 NBA Finals:
Thu. June 6 — San Antonio Spurs: 92, Miami Heat: 88 (Spurs lead 1-0)
Sun. June 9 — San Antonio Spurs 84, Miami Heat 103 (Tied 1-1)
Tue. June 11 — San Antonio Spurs 113, Miami Heat 77 (Spurs lead 2-1)
Thu. June 13 — San Antonio Spurs 93, Miami Heat 109 (Tied 2-2)
Sun. June 16 — San Antonio Spurs,114, Miami Heat 104 (Spurs lead 3-2)
Tue. June 18 — San Antonio Spurs 100, Miami Heat 103 (Tied 3-3)
Thu. June 20 — San Antonio Spurs at Miami Heat (Game 7)* 9:00 pm ABC
We hope that you enjoy today’s 2013 NBA Finals action and check back in with FanSided.com throughout the day and duration of the playoffs as we keep you up to date with the latest news and rumors.