The Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs 103-100 in a dramatic overtime affair. Miami staved off elimination despite a ten-point deficit at the end of the 3rd quarter. Miami was able to pull off the awesome comeback off of a game-tying three-pointer from Ray Allen after a missed free throw from Kawhi Leonard gave the Heat life.

Miami was led by James, who finished with a triple double (32 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) and 20 points from Mario Chalmers. Chris Bosh also chipped in with the offensive rebound that led to Allen's game-tying three pointer and the game-saving block on Danny Green in overtime.

San Antonio held a lead for a significant portion of the game behind a retro-like 30 points and 17 rebounds from Tim Duncan, but 25 of those 30 points came in the first half. San Antonio was unable to dominate from behind the arc shooting just 5-18 for three. Now we head to what is sure to be a great Game 7 in Miami's arena. Hopefully the Heat faithful don't disappear again when the going gets tough.

"The Heat have too many snipers surrounding LeBron. Ray Allen, Mike Miller, even Chalmers. #PickYourPoison"