Transcript for LeBron James' Late 19-Foot Jumper Helps Seal NBA Championship
A thrilling finish to the nba finals. The heat, beating the spurs in a tense and at times chaotic game seven. They did it again. Needing to beat san antonio twice at home to defend its title, the heat triumphed, 95-88, in a game that took everything from both teams. The hardest series we ever had to play. But you know, we're a resilient team. And we did whatever it took. Reporter: The tense and sometimes sloppy affair that was close throughout. The sport's best player was just that, when it mattered most. James, pulls up. Puts it in. Reporter: It was a 19-foot DAGGER BY LeBRON JAMES, WITH Just 27 seconds to play. And three free throws later -- the 2014 nba championship resides once again in miami. Reporter: James finished with 37 points and 12 boards. A snapshot of willful brilliance that earned him the finals mvp award. To come through for my teammates in the biggest moments on the biggest stag makes me more satisfied than anything in the world. Reporter: The drop was renewing miami's reign for the year. But the faithful took to the streets in south florida. He joins michael jordan and bill russell, the only players to win BACK-TO-BACK MVPs, BACK-TO-BACK Titles. For a casual man, a game seven is the best thing of all. For the committed, it's a sort of agony. Miami heat, those fans, you get to celebrate for another year. Deservedly so.
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