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- A title, and legacies, on the line for Heat and Spurs
Game 7s do more than settle championships. They define legacies.
- Notebook: Heat's Bosh says fans shouldn't leave
Some people in the sold-out Miami crowd left before the finish of Game 6 of the NBA Finals, then were not allowed back into the arena for the conclusion of what became a wild comeback win for the Heat.
- LeBron excited for title-deciding Game 7
LeBron James could not sleep after Game 6.
- Casey to remain as Raptors coach
Dwane Casey will remain as the Toronto Raptors coach, new general manager Masai Ujiri says.
- Game 6 leaves Wade's knee stiff, swollen
Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat says he woke up with swelling and stiffness in his left knee on Wednesday, one day after getting hit in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against San Antonio.
- Game 6 scores second-highest rating ever on ABC
NBA Finals Game 6 on ABC -- the Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs to even the series in an overtime thriller -- scored a 14.7 overnight rating, according to Nielsen. This is the second highest-rated NBA Finals Game 6 ever on ABC and the fourth highest rated game ever on the network.
- Allen comes up huge for Heat in Game 6
For years, Ray Allen's routine has not changed. Show up for work hours earlier than just about everyone else, go onto the court and take hundreds of jump shots.
- Duncan, Spurs collapse down the stretch
Tim Duncan was delivering a vintage performance, and the San Antonio Spurs were streaking to the franchise's fifth championship.
- Notebook: Heat 103, Spurs 100 OT
THE FACTS: Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer to force overtime and then two free throws to help ice the Miami Heat's 103-100 comeback victory in overtime against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals Tuesday at AmericanAirlines Arena.
- Threes have been plenty for NBA this season
The NBA is more reliant on the 3-pointer than ever.