In Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals, the Miami Heat’s hopes were looking bleak. The Spurs had the late edge, as they watched Danny Green clank all his threes.
Then, Ray Allen, the savior, had two 4-point plays, bringing the Heat within striking distance. When they were down by just five with 28.2 seconds left, LeBron James, after bricking one three, got another shot at it and drained if from far out.
It was only a two point game.
On the other end, Kawhi Leonard was fouled, and split the free throws, giving the Heat a shot to tie the game with a 3-pointer.
Of course, Allen drained one with around six seconds left, and the Heat triumphantly marched into overtime, where they never let things get out of hand. They ended up winning Game 6, 103-100, in one of the most amazing finishes in Finals history.
That may be an incredible finish to tie the series, but how about the Blackhawks- Bruins Game 6?
With the Hawks leading the series 3-2, on the verge of winning it all, they found themselves down 2-1 in the final minutes against the Bruins.
Imagine this: It’s the final minutes of the game that you could possibly win it all in. You’re feeling very nervous and your team is down 2-1. Your hope starts to fade.
Suddenly however, in the final minutes of the game, within a span of 17 seconds, your team scores two goals and you win the championship. Imagine how crazy the fans must has been going!
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