Tony Parker and the Spurs overcame a triple-double by LeBron James.
Repeat after us!
Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Norris Cole of the Miami Heat celebrate their second straight title Thursday after defeating the San Antonio Spurs 95-88 to win Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade embrace after winning their second championship together. They combined for 60 of the Heat's 95 points in Game 7.
Add to the trophy case
LeBron James holds the NBA Finals MVP award and the championship trophy, the same hardware he hoisted last year.
Still the champs
The Miami Heat pose for a group photo after their Game 7 win.
LeBron James walks through a confetti shower at AmericanAirlines Arena at the end of Game 7.
Carry it proud
Heat president Pat Riley holds the Larry O'Brien Championship trophy along with Miami's players.
LeBron James finished with 37 points and 12 rebounds in the decisive game after totaling 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in Game 6.
Shane Battier, in a slump for most of the playoffs, made six 3-pointers in Game 7 and finished with 18 points.
Not his night
Heat center Chris Bosh went scoreless on 0-of-5 shooting with five fouls in Game 7.
Spurs guard Gary Neal reacts after Miami's Mario Chalmers banked in a 3-pointer at the end of the third quarter, giving the Heat a 72-71 lead. Miami never trailed again.
LeBron James celebrates one of his five 3-pointers in Game 7 as the Spurs dared him to shoot from outside.
Tim Duncan draws a foul on Chris "Birdman" Andersen in the first quarter of Game 7.
LeBron James reacts to a call in the second quarter.
Reach for it
Heat teammates Dwyane Wade and Shane Battier go for a rebound in the second quarter.
Dwyane Wade looks to pass the ball against Tim Duncan in the first quarter of Game 7.
Tim Duncan snatches the ball as LeBron James watches.
After playing well without his headband down the stretch of Game 6, LeBron James wore it for Game 7.
Stand and deliver
The San Antonio Spurs line up for the National Anthem before Game 7 at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade walk to the locker room after Miami's 103-100 overtime win over the San Antonio Spurs in Tuesday's Game 6 at American Airlines Arena in Miami. The Heat forced a Game 7 Thursday with the wild comeback victory
Heat shooting guard Ray Allen hits the tying 3-pointer with 5.2 seconds left in the fourth quarter. The Heat rallied from a five-point deficit in the final 20 seconds to force overtime.
LeBron James struggled for the first three quarters, then led a furious comeback in the fourth quarter and finished with 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds.
Miami's Chris Bosh blocks the last-second 3-point shot by Danny Green in overtime, sealing the Heat's win.
The LeBron stopper?
Boris Diaw (right), who did a good defensive job on LeBron James in Game 5, was effective again early in Game 6 as James went 3 for 9 in the first half.
Like old times
Tim Duncan had a monster first half for the Spurs with 25 points and eight rebounds. He finished with 30 points and 17 boards.
Fight for a ring
Miami's Mike Miller (left), San Antonio's Tim Duncan (center) and Miami's LeBron James (right) go after a loose ball in the third quarter. Miller was called for a foul on the play.
Just say no
LeBron James gets his shot blocked by Boris Diaw (33) at the end of the first quarter.
Dwyane Wade goes up for a dunk over Tim Duncan in the first quarter.
We have liftoff
Kawhi Leonard soars for a dunk against Mike Miller in the first quarter.
In enemy territory
Spurs fans arrive at American Airlines Arena in Miami for Game 6 hoping to watch their team win the championship.
Back in control
Tim Duncan and Danny Green high-five during San Antonio's Game 5 win over Miami on Sunday at the AT&T Center.
Making a surprise start in Game 5, Manu Ginobili broke out of a series-long slump with 24 points and 10 assists.
Nowhere to go?
LeBron James drives to the basket while being pursued by Kawhi Leonard. James finished with 25 points, eight assists and six rebounds.
He's the Manu
Manu Ginobili lays the ball up in front of Dwyane Wade.
Hard to the hoop
LeBron James slashes to the basket in the first half.
Spurs point guard Tony Parker slashes to the basket. He scored a game-high 26 points.
Not good enough
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade celebrate a basket in the second quarter as Tony Parker looks on. James and Wade each scored 25 points but missed 26 of 44 shots.
Fight you for it
Spurs center Tiago Splitter and Heat center Chris Bosh wrestle for a loose ball.
Miami's Big Three of Chris Bosh, LeBron James and Dwayne Wade combined for 85 points in the Heat's 109-93 win in Game 4 on Thursday. The series is now tied at 2-2.
Coming up big
LeBron James hugs Dwyane Wade after Game 4. James finished with 33 points and 11 rebounds, while Wade had 32 points, six rebounds and six steals.
Spurs point guard Tony Parker lays on the court as teammate Manu Ginobili checks on him in the fourth quarter. Parker, playing with a strained hamstring, had 15 points in the first half and none in the second.
Attack the basket
LeBron James goes up for a layup against Kawhi Leonard. He made 15 of 25 shots after shooting under 40 percent in the first three games.
Wade wakes up
Dwyane Wade dunks on a fast break. After totaling 43 points in the first three games, he made 14 of 25 shots and finished with 32.
Tim Duncan tries to stop LeBron James from making a layup.
Play with blocks
LeBron James rejects a Tim Duncan shot. The Heat had seven blocks in the game.
Chris Bosh dunks the ball at the end of the first half, but the clock had already expired.
Let's get physical
Criticized for not being aggressive enough in the first three games, LeBron James was in attack mode in Game 4. He made five of his first six shots and had 15 points at the half.
Gotta be the shoes
Dwyane Wade ties the laces on his gold hightops. Wade came to play with 17 points in the first half, already matching his series high.
Light the way
LeBron James and Tim Duncan look up during a break in play.
No love for LeBron
Spurs fans hold signs during the first quarter of Game 4.
San Antonio guards Danny Green (left) and Gary Neal (right) stole the show in the Spurs' Game 3 rout of the Heat on Tuesday. They combined for 13 3-pointers and 51 points in the 113-77 win.
Another rough night
LeBron James missed 11 of his first 13 shots and was held to 15 points in Game 3. He hasn't scored 20 points in any gane of the series and said afterward that he knows he must play better.
Spurs guard Gary Neal (14) celebrates with fans and Manu Ginobili after hitting a three-pointer at the end of the first half. Neal and Danny Green upstaged LeBron James and the rest of the stars for both teams in a shocking performance.
What's so funny?
LeBron James and Tim Duncan share a light moment during Tuesday's game.
Spurs run over Heat
Spurs guard Cory Joseph and Heat guard Norris Cole go after a loose ball in the second half.
Get up and shoot
Heat forward Mike Miller was the lone bright spot for the Heat, scoring 15 points on 5-of-5 shooting on 3-pointers.
Without LeBron James blocking the way, as he did in Game 2, Spurs center Tiago Splitter throws down a dunk in the first half.
Nowhere to go
LeBron James looks to pass against Tim Duncan.
Find an opening
Spurs point guard Tony Parker passes under the basket against Miami's Chris Andersen and Chris Bosh. Parker finished Game 3 with eight assists and six points and will have an MRI on his hamstring Wednesday.
Dwyane Wade arrives at the arena before Game 3.
San Antonio center Tiago Splitter has his shot blocked by Miami forward LeBron James in the second half of the Heat's 103-84 Game 2 win Sunday at American Airlines Arena.
Here's the same block from a different angle.
Hang in there
LeBron James dunks in the fourth quarter as the Heat pulled away from the Spurs with a 33-5 run.
Just say no
We really can't get enough of this block. Watch video of it here.
RIse to the challenge
OK, one more shot of that block. It really was spectacular.
Miami Heat fan Gianni Zandri, age 6, wears his hair like power forward Chris "Birdman" Andersen at Game 2.
LeBron James had a terrible start, missing 10 of his first 12 shots and scoring just four points in the first half. But he sparked a 33-5 run in the second half that put the game away.
Bust a move
The Miami Heat cheerleaders perform during the first quarter of Game 2.
Spurs forward Tim Duncan passes as LeBron James defends during the second quarter. Duncan scored just nine points on 3-of-13 shooting.
Not in my house
LeBron James blocks a shot by Tim Duncan.
Spurs point guard Tony Parker throws up a shot while getting fouled by Miami's Udonis Haslem in the third quarter.
Just in time
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker hit this shot just before the shot clock expired with 5.2 seconds left Thursday, sealing a 92-88 win at Miami.
No freaking way!
LeBron James is horrified by a foul call late in Game 1. Chris Bosh was called for a foul on Tim Duncan, whose two free throws gave San Antonio a 90-86 lead with 1:08 left.
Can't touch this
Tony Parker floats a tough layup over the outstetched arm of LeBron James. Parker had 10 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter and figures to be a series-long problem for the Heat.
LeBron James had a triple-double with 18 points, 18 rebounds and 10 assists, but he shot 7 for 16 and didn't take over down the stretch.
Manu Ginobili of the Spurs goes up for a dunk but gets fouled by Udonis Haslem instead.
You lost something
Spurs forward Boris Diaw drops the ball as he goes to the floor in Game 1.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich reacts to a call in the first quarter.
It's a plane, it's a Birdman!
Chris "Birdman" Andersen makes a difficult layup around Spurs center Tiago Splitter.
Ole', ole', ole'!
The Spanish National soccer looks on from their box seats at American Airlines Arena.
I beg to differ
Tim Duncan disagrees with a foul call.
Home of the brave
A giant American flag is unfurled at American Airlines Arena during the national anthem prior to Game 1.