Last night, the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs put on the most thrilling contest of the NBA Finals thus far. In the overtime battle, Miami prevailed with a 103-100 win, forcing a Game 7 which will take place tomorrow night. Before it's all said and done, Sneaker Report looks back on a night filled with a variety of footwear. These are The Best Sneakers Worn in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Nike LeBron X iD
Player: Chris Andersen
"Birdman" kept it in the family with this home-themed colorway of the Nike LeBron X.
Nike Air Max Hyperaggressor "BHM"
Player: Boris Diaw
The sturdy construction and cushioning of the Nike Air Max Hyperaggressor are great for big men like Diaw.
Air Jordan XX8 PE
Player: Ray Allen
Allen had everyone on the edge of their seats after his stunning fourth quarter three that tied the game and forced OT. His crispy Air Jordan XX8 PE was equally stunning.
Nike Air Max Hyperposite PE
Player: Chris Bosh
Before last night's game, Bosh claimed that Danny Green wouldn't be able to get open during Game 5. Green shot 1-7, scoring less than he has in any other Finals game, and was victim to this crushing swat from Bosh himself. Promise delivered.
Li-Ning Way of Wade Encore
Player: Dwyane Wade
Wade helped to push the Heat to an Encore of their own in his Li-Ning signature model.
PEAK Team Lightning PE
Player: Tony Parker
Parker's hungry for another ring in his latest signature sneaker.
Nike LeBron X PS Elite "Finals" PE
Player: LeBron James
Leading the way with a triple-double, James roared for Miami in his Finals PE. Maybe LBJ should ditch the headband more often.
Nike Air Force Max 2013
Player: Kawhi Leonard
Anxious to win his first title, Leonard donned this updated 90's silhouette.