It’s been an incredible NBA Final between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs, going all the way to Game 7 and ending in great fashion as the Heat win back-to-back titles. In such perfectly balanced series, it is safe to say that there were no weak players on the court but there were certainly some that outshined the others.
LeBron James holding both the NBA Championship Trophy and his NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award
LeBron James has been getting a lot of attention this season, maybe a bit more than what he deserved, but when it came down to it, he was the one to make things happen and guarantee the 2013 NBA title for the Miami Heat. Of course, the rest of the team was backing him all the way to the final seconds of the game and he didn’t drop the ball when the pressure was at its highest. While James will always remember the last year championship, when he won his first ring, history will remember this one.
After being down by one going into Game 6, things weren’t looking very good for Miami. Online Sportsbooks had them as favorites to win the game since it was on their home court and they showed that they have the potential to do so but it had to be a perfect couple of games against their strongest opponents yet to once again be able to hold the trophy.
James got an amazing 37 points and 12 rebounds to get a 95-88 victory on Thursday night after a very close game. Miami managed to pull away in the very last minutes as the Spurs seemed to be a bit tired and let the title slip between their fingers.
Overall, the MVP did everything right, he got the points when needed, including five 3-pointers, and made sure to defend Tony Parker when he had to; showing once again why he is considered to be the best player in the game right now. You can see more about search engine optimization here.