NBA Finals: Miami Heat beat San Antonio to level series
LeBron James scored 32 points as Miami Heat beat San Antonio to tie the series 3-3 and take the NBA Finals to a decisive seventh game.
“We could have played the six worst games of our lives but now we have got Game Seven on our floor”
The Heat won in overtime after Ray Allen's three-pointer drew them level with five seconds of normal time left.
Their 103-100 victory sets up a series decider in Miami on Thursday.
"If we were going to go down tonight, we were going to go down with me leaving every little bit of energy that I had on the floor," James said.
The Heat trailed by 10 points in the final quarter but James, the sport's biggest star, scored 16 points to help close the gap.
Allen drew last season's champions level with a three-pointer to take the game into overtime before he scored two free throws to ensure the series goes to a seventh game.
James added: "I really don't care how the hell we have played so far.
"We could have played the six worst games of our lives but now we have got Game Seven on our floor."