LeBron James bags Finals MVP


The Miami Heat’s LeBron James holds the the Larry O’Brien NBA Championship Trophy after Game 7 of the NBA basketball championship against the San Antonio Spurs, Friday, June 21, 2013, in Miami. The Heat defeated the Spurs, 95-88, to win their second straight NBA championship. AP

MANILA, Philippines – If there was any question, LeBron James ended it with an exclamation point as he capped off the 2013 NBA Season with his second straight championship and his second Finals MVP award after a prodigious performance in Game 7.

James saved his best for last with 37 points and 12 rebounds, including a clutch jumper with 27.9 seconds left as the Miami Heat survived a heart-stopping 95-88 win over the San Antonio Spurs in the televised match.

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  • RyanE

    He definitely deserves it! LJ might sound haughty at times but he got lots of talents to prove his point.

    Go Miami Heat for a 3 in-a-row next season!

  • bangopuwet

    Being a Miami-Ft. Lauderdale resident, I congratulate our team, the Heat for retaining the NBA title. With a Fil-Am coach handling the team, I can foresee a three-peat title next year with just a minor changes in the lineup. Juwan Howard will retire, Mike Miller will be amnestied and Joel Anthony will be traded. We expect Greg Oden to be the starting center for Miami once he is clear to play after so many surgeries.

    Let’s Go Heat!

  • OlafNYC

    Maybe one more ring and we can compare Lebron to Kobe Bryant.

    • Nick_Fury

      Sorry to rain on your parade but his level now is comparable with MJ. Unlike KoME Bryant who thinks an all star game is like a championship series.

  • Milesaway

    Ang sakit ng pagkatalo ng Spurs “Ginto na, naging Bato pa” hindi pa kaya mare-retire si coach Gregg Popovich nyan! Lamang ng 5 pts. with 28.6 secs. left in Game 6 natalo pa! Common sense lang sana ginamit avoid 3 points attempt better to give foul for Miami. Di ba!

  • Nick_Fury

    Heir apparent to Jordan’s throne. All Hail the King!

    • mark pogi

      Heir Apparent? You gotta be kidding me! If it wasn’t for Allen’s clutch baskets, he would have been crying by now. =P

      • mrcrabdribble

        If it was’t for Lebron’s 16 pts in the 4th quarter, there wouldn’t have been Ray Allen’s game-tying 3. It’s called a team game for a reason. People like you think like Ko-me: Me. Me. Me.

    • hu_yu

      thanks to ray allen ;)

  • fatherryan14

    Wow. Congrats to Miami – deserving champs!

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