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Fri June 21, 2013
Take Two, Miami Wins Game 7 Final
It was another close one last night in Game 7 of the NBA Finals in Miami. The Heat held just a two-point lead late in the fourth quarter before LeBron James secured the victory with 27.9 seconds left. The final score was 95-88 and the win makes the Heat back-to-back NBA champions -- and third since 2006. Overall James poured in 37 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to earn MVP honors for the second straight year.
Surveillance video from the North Attleborough home of Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez shows him with Odin Lloyd and two other people hours before Lloyd was killed earlier this week, according to ABC News. Sources also told ABC News the security system at Hernandez's home and his cell phone were destroyed.
Moving over to baseball news, Tampa bay defeated the Yankees 8-3. Detroit beat Boston 4-3. Minnesota doubled up the White Sox 8-4. It was Texas over Oakland 4-3 and the Angels edged ahead of Seattle 10-9.
In the National League, David Wright hit two solo homers and the Mets won against Atlanta 4-3. Pittsburgh beat Cincinnati 5-3. Washington topped Colorado 5-1. The Cubs lost to St. Louis 6-1. San Diego doubled up the Dodgers 6-3 and it was Miami over San Francisco 2-1.
In U.S. soccer news, Abby Wambach scored four times in the first half of a 5-0 win over South Korea to break Mia Hamm's mark of 158 international goals. The 33-year-old Wambach now has 160.
In golf news, Charlie Hoffman had a pair of eagles in a bogey-free 9-under 61 to grab the lead late in the first round of the Travelers Championship.
Finally in tennis news, Wimbledon gets under way Monday.
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