It was a fitting end to a fantastic 2013 NBA Finals, a turnover from Manu Ginobili squashed any hope of a miracle comeback for the San Antonio Spurs as the Miami Heat made it back-to-back NBA Championships with a 95-88 victory.

The Spurs were right at the cup all night but just couldn't get over the hump, as it truly was Miami's night. Every time it looked like the Spurs would make their move, Miami's Shane Battier would answer with a bucket from downtown. Battier went 6-8 from behind the arc for 18 points

Lebron James was named the 2013 Bill Russell  NBA Finals MVP.

If there's a bright spot in the Heat's win, it has to be the fact that Texas boy Chris 'Birdman' Anderson finally earned a Championship ring.

Holy Moly what a series...




King James had a brilliant performance in Game 7 scoring 35 while Dwayne Wade