'Inside the Heat: 28.2' debuts Nov. 29 on Sun Sports

Tune into Sun Sports on Nov. 29 at 10 p.m. for the debut of 'Inside the Heat: 28.2.'

MIAMI -- On Friday, Nov. 29 at 10 p.m., Sun Sports, the regional television home of the Miami HEAT, will debut a new episode of "Inside the HEAT" upon conclusion of the HEAT vs. Toronto Raptors game.

Titled "28.2," this special edition episode will provide viewers with an in-depth look at the final 28.2 seconds in one of the most incredible games in franchise history, Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals.

Hosted by Eric Reid, the episode will look back at the moments that shaped the greatest comeback in franchise history. From the incredible 4th quarter surge led by LeBron James, to being down by 5 points with 28.2 seconds left to play, the HEAT rallied with their season on the brink. When the yellow ropes came out on the court signifying a champion would be crowned, Miami showed their resiliency. Thanks to Ray Allen's famous shot, which left HEAT fans throughout the world holding their breath on what would go down as the most memorable shot in team history, the HEAT saved their season and eventually became back-to-back champions.

See all of this and more on "Inside the HEAT: 28.2" and be sure to follow @SunSportsHEAT on Twitter and visit FOXSportsFlorida.com for channel listings and exclusive Miami HEAT coverage.


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