The defending Champs, The Miami Heat are out to repeat as The San Antonio Spurs want to avenge last year’s finals. Both teams have something to prove. 10-Time All-Star, LeBron James and 14-Time All-Star, Tim Duncan lead their teams in a Finals rematch with legacies on the line and rings on their minds.
For the Spurs, don’t call it a comeback; they’ve been here for years. It’s been much blood, sweat, and tears to get in position to erase the Game 6 collapse, where they literally saw their demise with a Ray Allen trey that led to their championship trophy disappearing before their eyes.
The Heat want to accomplish the feat of the three-peat joining Jordan’s Bulls and the Kobe and Shaq’s Los Angeles Lakers. We are witnessing the best two teams of the NBA go for broke and show they ain’t no joke.
Neither team is going out without a fight, as records were broken in game three at American Airlines Arena. The Spurs take game three convincingly to go up 2-1, but I have a feeling it’s far from over. One thing is for certain: this is going to be a long series. It will come down to who wants it more. I expect the Heat to bring the noise in game four!