In case you missed it: June 18

BY foxsports • June 19, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on FOX Sports Florida from Tuesday, June 18.
* What can they do for an encore? With the Heat playing for their season and the Spurs powered by a rejuvenated Tim Duncan, Miami and San Antonio put on perhaps the greatest game in NBA Finals history Tuesday. Read More
* With the game and the season on the line, Heat guard Ray Allen rose up and drilled a 3-pointer that tied Game 6 with seconds left in regulation, fulfilling what Miami had envisioned when they signed him in the offseason. Read More
* Unlike Game 5, the Heat were able to complete an impressive comeback late against the Spurs on Tuesday night, evening up the NBA Finals in fantastic fashion. Read More
* Heat Check: LeBron James came up big in the fourth quarter to help lead the Heat to a Game 6 victory against the Spurs and push the NBA Finals to a critical Game 7. Read More
* Rays reliever Joel Peralta gave up a two-run home run to Jonny Gomes in the bottom of the ninth as Tampa Bay dropped the second game of their double-header to the Red Sox. Read More
* Tampa Bay top prospect Wil Myers was hitless in his MLB debut, but after achieving the dream of reaching the majors, the watch is now on to see if he can reach his potential. Read More 
* The Rays had to wait out a lengthy rain-delay before they lost the opener of their double-header to the Red Sox in Boston. Read More
* Tampa Bay's Wil Myers spoke to the media prior to making his major league debut Tuesday in Boston. Read More
* The Marlins hung with the Diamondbacks for most of the game before allowing a lead-off home run to Arizona’s Paul Goldschmidt in the bottom of the ninth on Tuesday night. Read More
* While fun has been in short supply for the Marlins, rookie Jose Fernandez is making their season more bearable. The precocious right-hander is 4-3, remarkable considering the rest of the pitching staff began the week a combined 17-44. Read More
* According to a report, new Bucs cornerback Darrelle Revis paid $50,000 to safety Mark Barron so he could wear No. 24. Read More
* The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed their second- and third-round draft picks. Safety Johnathan Cyprien and cornerback Dwayne Gratz inked contracts Tuesday, leaving the team with four draft picks unsigned. Read More
* Daytona International Speedway's grandstands will be getting an overhaul. International Speedway Corp. on Tuesday approved a redevelopment plan for the 54-year-old track's grandstands estimated to cost up to $400 million. Read More
* Sheldon McClellan has left the University of Texas to play for the Miami Hurricanes, the school announced Tuesday. Read More