While the NBA Finals series between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat has been close, nearly all of the games had not.
Until Game 6, which became one of the memorable games in NBA Finals history.
Fueled by a triple-double by LeBron James, a clutch shot by Ray Allen and some fortunate bounces, the defending champion Heat rallied for a 103-100 overtime victory over the Spurs that saved their season.
The Spurs led by 13 points late in the third quarter and five points with under 30 seconds to play in regulation but could not close the deal on their fifth NBA title.
Click on the box below for my take on how the drama played out and what to expect Thursday, when the teams meet in Game 7 for the Larry O’Brien trophy.