June 15
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Don't call it a comeback, they've been here for years. Last night, the San Antonio Spurs finished off what became a one-sided NBA Finals against the Miami Heat to procure their fifth NBA Championship. After last year's Game 7 defeat, Tim Duncan and his defiant Spurs put an end to the Heat's dreams of a three-peat with a 104-87 Game 5 win. 22-year-old Kawhi Leonard was honored as the Finals MVP, becoming the third youngest player to win the Bull Russell Award and the youngest since Duncan won his first NBA title 15 years ago. After the game, a visibly emotional Duncan acknowledged that his career is winding down, which will cap off one of the most impressive runs of all time. Find out which sneakers won the Finals as we close out NBA Shoes That Won Last Night coverage after the break.

On the pitch from Brazil, Lionel Messi scored a beautiful goal, marking his second career World Cup score as Argentina dropped Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1. You'll find Messi's cleats and other highlights from yesterday's action in the gallery above.

Riley Jones is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA and a contributor to Sneaker Report. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things pop culture, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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LeBron James
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LeBron Finishes Season Strong in the Zoom Soldier VII

Shoe: Nike Zoom Soldier VII
Player: LeBron James
Game: San Antonio vs. Miami
Key Stat: 31 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists

$110

LeBron James
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Lionel Messi
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Messi Scores 2nd World Cup Goal in the adidas F50 adizero

Shoe: adidas F50 adizero Messi Battle Pack
Player: Lionel Messi
Game: Argentina vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina
Key Stat: Goal at 65'

$230

Lionel Messi
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Lionel Messi
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Tim Duncan
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Duncan Gets a Ring on Each Finger in the adidas Crazyquick

Shoe: adidas adipure Crazyquick
Player: Tim Duncan
Game: San Antonio vs. Miami
Key Stat: 14 points, 8 rebounds

$140

Tim Duncan
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Tony Parker
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Tony Parker Does it again in His PEAK Signature Model

Shoe: PEAK Tony Parker 2013
Player: Tony Parker
Game: San Antonio vs. Miami
Key Stat: 16 points

$98

Tony Parker
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Tony Parker
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Manu Ginobili
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Manu Gets Ring Number 4 in the LeBron 11

Shoe: Nike LeBron 11
Player: Manu Ginobili
Game: San Antonio vs. Miami
Key Stat: 19 points

$200

Manu Ginobili
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Patty Mills
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Patty Mills Catches Fire in the Zoom Crusader

Shoe: Nike Zoom Crusader
Player: Patty Mills
Game: San Antonio vs. Miami
Key Stat: 17 points

$110

Patty Mills
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Karim Benzema
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Karim Benzema Scores Twice in the F50 adizero

Shoe: adidas F50 adizero
Player: Karim Benzema
Game: France vs. Honduras
Key Stat: Goal 72', penalty at 45'

$220

Karim Benzema
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Kawhi Leonard
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Kawhi Wins Finals MVP in the XX8 SE

Shoe: Air Jordan XX8 SE
Player: Kawhi Leonard
Game: San Antonio vs. Miami
Key Stat: 22 points, 10 rebounds

$150

Kawhi Leonard
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Kawhi Leonard
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Tony Parker
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Riley Jones is a freelance writer from Charlottesville, VA and a contributor to Sneaker Report. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things pop culture, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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