There was the LeBron James 3-pointer that got the Heat close and the Ray Allen 3 that pushed the game to extra time. But before that was perhaps the most impressive trey of all in the eventual Heat victory over the Spurs in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Heat guard Mike Miller‘s shoe got loose in the fourth quarter (no, not on this play, although Miller has to be happy this isn’t the only highlight of him floating around Wednesday morning), and he responded like any baller would. He discarded his loose shoe toward the Heat bench, and when the ball came to him on the perimeter shortly after, he knocked down a triple.
Miller’s shot was part of a Heat comeback that included Miami erasing a 10-point deficit, pushing the game to overtime and winning to force a Game 7.
Check it out in the video below.