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The Stage is Set for a Historic NBA Finals Rematch - only on ABC 50

The Miami Heat seek a third-straight championship against a San Antonio Spurs team trying to win their 5th in franchise history.

San Antonio, TX - And then there were two. It'll be the Miami Heat versus the San Antonio Spurs for all the marbles in the 2014 NBA Finals. The LeBron James-led Heat dispatched the Indiana Pacers, and now make their fourth-straight Finals appearance (fifth all-time). Meanwhile, Tim Duncan and the Spurs held off the Oklahoma City Thunder to advance to their second-straight Finals (sixth all-time).

A year ago, in the 2013 NBA Finals, these two teams clashed in an epic seven game series in which Miami won. Now San Antonio will look to avenge their lost, while Miami is attempting to join an elite club of franchises who have won three straight championships.

All the action tips-off at 9 p.m. Thursday, June 2nd - only on ABC 50!


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