Heat vs. Spurs: 5 Things We Learned From Game 6

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2.  The 4th quarter was probably one of the best 4th quarters in the history of the NBA Finals.

The Heat are down by 10 at the start of the quarter, but claw their way back.  LeBron plays like his entire NBA legacy was at stake (which, arguably it was).  Heat take the lead, but the Spurs steal it right back.  Tony Parker hits clutch shots (a huge three, and a clutch scoop shot).  Ray Allen hits the shot of the game (shot of the series?!?!) — a three with 5 seconds left to tie the game.

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