2005 Toyota Commercial predicts Heat’s Game 6 comeback

Game 6′s comeback wasn’t as unpredictable as we thought; Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

We all remember the famous shot that Ray Allen hit in Game 6 of the Finals. Down 3 with a few seconds left, Chris Bosh threw the offensive rebound to Allen and he hit the shot of his career. It seemed as if the Heat had blown their championship chances when they were down 5 with 20 seconds to go, and thousands of fans had left. After realizing they still had a chance, they attempted to turn around, but were denied access. In a creepy 2005 Toyota commercial, it seems to be predicted:

I guess Phil Jackson should have tweeted that out before game 6. Either way that will be one of the most memorable shots of all time. The Miami Heat finished 59-23 in 2005, but it wasn’t until the following year that they won the title.

Topics: Game 6, Miami Heat, Ray Allen

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