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Miami Heat small forward LeBron James (6) and San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Danny Green (4) work during the first half of Game 1 of basketball's NBA Finals, Thursday, June 6, 2013 in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) | AP
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The San Antonio Spurs have a chance to finish off the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night. In order to do that, they'll need to do something neither team has yet accomplished in the back-and-forth series: win two games in a row.

Miami Heat
vs.
San Antonio Spurs
AmericanAirlines Arena
Miami, Fla.
9:00 PM ET, June 18, 2013

The Heat, who finished the regular season winning 37 of their last 40 games, were pushed to the brink of elimination by a loss in Game 5 to San Antonio on Sunday. Now, LeBron and the Big 3 are back in Miami to try and force a winner-take-all Game 7.

“I have to come up big for sure in Game 6,” James said after the loss on Sunday, via Sports Illustrated. “But I believe we all have to play at a high level in order to keep the series going.”

Will the Heat be able to shut down Spurs sharpshooter Danny Green, like Chris Bosh said they will? Will San Antonio's Big 3 shine on the road? Or will the Heat once again avoid losing two games in a row?

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There will be a Game 7. Bosh blocks Green's 3-point attempt in the final seconds, although it might have been a 2-pointer anyway. Heat win 103-100

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Wade missed a long 2 and Spurs didn't call timeout. Ginobili tried to go coast to coast and drove through 3 Heat players and turned the ball over again. No foul was called. Jeff Van Gundy thought it was a foul. Ray Allen was fouled and he made 2 free throws with 1.9 seconds left. Spurs call timeout to advance the ball.

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Toy Parker took a long 2 but he had it blocked by Chris Bosh. LeBron got the ball and was fouled. Spurs had a foul to give. 31.3 seconds left.

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Spurs call. 101-100 Heat. 40.5 seconds left.

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Ginobili turns the ball over to LeBron and the MVP goes coast to coast but Danny Green stays right with him and strips the ball. The ball looked like it went off of LeBron and out of bounds but the refs called Miami ball. It will be reviewed. Replay looks like it will be Spurs ball.

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Spurs get a stop and now Tony Parker is coming back in. Timeout Spurs after Leonard's defensive rebound on LeBron's miss.

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Tony Parker is on the bench on Miami's next possession.

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Spurs commit a 24-second violation with 1:18 left in the game. Spurs call timeout. 101-100 Heat.

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Wade goes baseline and finds an open LeBron for the east 2. 101-100 Heat.

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Ray Allen got into the lane and made a running shot that stayed on the rim for a little bit. 100-99 Spurs.

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