Grand opening, grand closing. After a tightly contested Finals series, the Miami Heat are your 2013 NBA Champions. While last night's game wasn't nearly as wild of a ride as game six's overtime battle, neither team let up until the final quarter when the Heat were able to outscore the Spurs 23-17. Wrapping up the night in footwear, Sneaker Report presents The Best Sneakers Worn in Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
adidas Crazyquick PE
Player: Tim Duncan
Although there weren't an abundance of adidas models present on the Finals hardwood, there aren't many players better to represent your brand than Tim Duncan. Win or lose, many consider him to be the greatest power forward of all time.
PEAK Battier 7 Lite
Player: Shane Battier
No, no, no. Battier channels Dikembe Mutombo in his PEAK signature model.
Nike Air Max Hyperposite
Player: Chris Bosh
Nike Hyperdunk 2012
Player: Tiago Splitter
We would make a "Tiago splits the defense" joke here, but that may be the worst pun ever. Splitter chose one of the season's most popular models.
Nike LeBron X PS Elite
Player: LeBron James
Bron took home the Finals MVP honors and reclaimed his headband, selecting his red "Finals" mock-up of the Nike LeBron X PS Elite for the deciding game.
Spalding Threat PE
Player: Mario Chalmers
Do you think the Heat will continue to mock Chalmers' choice of footwear after his impressive postseason run?
Li-Ning Way of Wade Encore
Player: Dwyane Wade
Wade struck gold in more ways than one, coming alive for Miami when they needed him most.