Allen keys overtime win for Heat, forces Game 7

Tools

by WDJT Sports

MIAMI - Former Buck Ray Allen hit a key three pointer in the closing seconds of regulation, and Chris Bosh blocked a couple of Spurs shots in overtime to help send the Miami Heat to a 103-100 win in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Allen finished with just 9 points, but his step-back three-pointer in the closing seconds of regulation stands out as one of the biggest moments in a back-and-forth series. The Heat haven't lost two games in a row during the entire postseason.

The Heat and Spurs have traded victories through each of the first six games of the series, something that hasn't been done since the 2-3-2 Finals format was adopted in 1985.

The deciding Game 7 will be played Thursday night in Miami.

Poll

Which of these new Wisconsin State Fair snacks are you going to try?

  • BBQ Chicken Cone
  • Deep Fried Maple Bacon Cookie Dough
  • Reeses Funnel Cake
  • Deep Fried Racine Kringel