Spurs Beats Heat in NBA Finals

| June 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

A sweet and glorious victory by the Spurs has made another historical milestone in the exciting and thrilling world of the National Basketball Association. Evidently, this was some sort of a revenge for their bitter loss last year. Their last established score was 104-87 of Game 5. This pound for pound basketball encounter was momentously held last Sunday at the AT&T Center.

No retreat, no surrender seems to be the motto of Spurs  when they successfully beat  Heat 104-87.

No retreat, no surrender seems to be the motto of Spurs when they successfully beat Heat 104-87.

In brief, Kawhi Leonard scored an all-time high of 22 points and 10 rebounds which were significantly instrumental in sealing the winning streak of San Antonio Spurs. Best of all, he was adjudged as this year’s Most Valuable Player. Meanwhile, another star player for the Spurs in the person of Le Bron James has marvelously finished the NBA Finals with 31 points.

During the first quarter he excellently garnered 17 points. Of course, there were also other prominent figures who had contributed a lot to finish off the 2014 NBA series with flying colors.

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