Jun 20, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (left) and shooting guard Dwyane Wade (right) celebrate after defeating the San Antonio Spurs in game seven in the 2013 NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena. Miami Heat won 95-88 to win the NBA Championship. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Finals 2013: Post-Game 7 Twitter Snips and Bits

The aftermath of a Game 7. One team in overwhelming joy, one in absolute agony. In this case, the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs. In that order.

LeBron and the Heat kept jabbing and crossing the Spurs. Their resolve was second to none. It wasn’t until LeBron’s dagger with about 27 seconds left, putting the Heat up 92-88, that finally knocked the Spurs out.

Miami would closeout Game 7 with a 95-88 victory over the Spurs. This series, as a whole, was so good. The best in who knows how long. I still need to let it all sit-in before ranking this Finals.

In the meantime, let’s get some Twitter reaction. The last of the Finals…

This was the scene following the Heat’s victory. What happened to the yellow ropes??

End of the Spurs era?

D-Wade has rings. Where does his career rank?

LeBron said he came to Miami to put himself in a better opportunity to win. He was right.

Over/Under on how long before we see this on a shirt?

A side of Pop we don’t usually see/hear about.

Despite the noise, LeBron is a pretty good player.

Gotta feel for Manu.

Miami, this is for you.

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Spurs played with fire and got burned.

Tony Parker. No bull.

Hollywood as Hell.

2 Chainz?? Pfft.

Wonder what the narratives around LeBron will be next year…

Wow.

The Big Three.

A lot of “what if’s” are going to come out of this series.

Danny Green taking it on the chin.

Duncan, last Finals appearance?

More Duncan.

Kudos to the King.

Super Mario!!

CHRIS BOSH. But he did play solid D down the stretch.

https://twitter.com/MySportsLegion/status/347937223536148480

BIRDMAN, BIRDMAN

D-WADE.

Ray Allen contemplating retirement?

JAMES.

And THIS.

 

 

 

 

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