Ray Allen celebrates after making a game tying three-pointer to send the game to overtime
The Miami Heat escaped Game 6 with their playoff lives intact and LeBron James was saved from an excruciating offseason of endless criticism because of a clutch Ray Allen Jumper. Tim Duncan played great, Ginobili played horrendous; LeBron lost the game with last second turnover, then helped win it with a clutch three. Game 6 might have been the greatest NBA Finals game ever played—and the reward for a huge Miami fourth quarter comeback is that we get to do it all over again this Thursday night.
The game may have just ended but the oddsmakers at sportsbook.com have already released the opening line for Game 7, and the Heat are a 6.5-point favorite. The moneyline and total have not been released yet.