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NBA Finals Reach Game 7

It is all on the line tonight as Game 7 will decide the 2013 NBA champion.

The San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat have kept the world on edge in the Finals series, including a Game 6 win for Miami in overtime to force this highly anticipated Game 7.

Thanks to having the best record in the regular season, the home court advantage is given to Miami for this final game of the series. Prior to Game 6, the Spurs had a 14-2 record in post-season elimination games on the road. Now with a 14-3 record the Spurs get another shot in American Airlines Arena.

Spurs center Tim Duncan says the team has high hopes of a victory.

After a tough Game 6 loss on Tuesday, San Antonio had a team dinner to bond and keep up the players’ spirits. Spurs guard Tony Parker talks about what made the bonding moment special.

San Antonio and Miami have had their ups and downs in this Finals series. Heat guard Dwayne Wade says the tight competition of this Finals series, as well as the Heat’s glorious Game 6 victory will be one to remember.

Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra has confidence in Wade’s desire to win; he says Wade’s competitive nature will show up big in Game 7.

Several NBA insiders have chosen Miami to win it all in Game 7. ESPN NBA Insider Chris Broussard explains why he thinks Miami will take another championship.

All of the action for tonight’s final game of the NBA’s 2012-2013 season can be heard LIVE! on ESPN 850 WRUF beginning at 8:30 for the pre game show. Tipoff is scheduled for 9 P.M.



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