Only two teams are still standing. Only one team can win it all. Who will go home, and who will go down in NBA Finals history as the 2013 Champion? As East meets West in the 2013 NBA Finals, find out which powerhouse NBA teams will face off in one final best-of-seven series.
The 2013 NBA Finals will be a match between the NBA’s most star-studded veteran teams as the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs duke it out for the NBA Trophy. Will the dream team of LeBron and company realize their media-hyped destiny, or will the classic Spurs grow their dynasty? Find out when you order your NBA Finals tickets from OnlineTickets.com!
From unbelievable comebacks to underdog upsets, magical sweeps to decisive Game 7s, anything can happen in the NBA Finals. On the heels of one of the most exciting and most competitive NBA regular seasons and a slate of unpredictable, hard-fought playoff series, the NBA Finals promises more of the same as the league’s two hottest teams hit the hardwood for a chance to take home the coveted NBA title.
The NBA landscape changed overnight when LeBron James made the decision to take his talents to South Beach in the 2011 offseason. Along with fellow free agent Chris Bosh, LeBron James joined the Miami Heat and Dwayne Wade for one reason: multiple NBA Championships. With their third NBA Finals appearance is as many years, and an NBA Trophy from 2012, the power trio’s plans have all worked out brilliantly. G Mario Chalmers is the unsung hero of the Miami Heat, as is longtime NBA standout Shane Battier.
The San Antonio Spurs have been the NBA’s only true dynasty in the past decade, and with three NBA Titles in that time span, the veteran core of the roster is used to postseason pressure. With the ageless Tim Duncan, the crafty Manu Ginobili, and the MVP-caliber Tony Parker at their center, the San Antonio Spurs have a big three to match the Miami Heat’s. The San Antonio Spurs have stayed in the championship conversation for years by acquiring young talent, with C Tiago Splitter being the most prominent. Sweeping the Memphis Grizzlies, the San Antonio Spurs are well-rested going into the NBA Finals.
Hyped as the best NBA Finals in a decade, the 2013 series looks like one for the ages. With four surefire NBA Hall of Fame players on the floor, and one of the best coaches of all time in the San Antonio Spurs Greg Popovich, the 2013 NBA Finals could pass even the loftiest expectations. Head on down to the celebrity-filled crowds of South Beach or experience the awesome power of a live San Antonio crowd when you order your NBA Finals tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!