Oh c'mon man. Look, I think you can still say the Heat deserve the title and at the same time say that clearly, the Spurs did more damage to themselves on multiple levels than vice versa. Don't be so PC here man, c'mon. Assuming you watched all of the games and especially game 6, you can't seriously be straight and tell me you didn't see just how many endless mistakes there were on the Spurs part. I mean like Real Deal and some others said, it was so bad it almost seemed rigged!
I guess I won't change your mind, but I'm disappointed you don't seem to wanna' acknowledge that.
Like I said, both teams had their chances.
Regardless if you see it as the Spurs doing damage to themselves, the Heat took advantage of their opportunities.
The Spurs shot themselves in the foot plenty of times, but so did the Heat and the Spurs did not take advantage of those miscues. In game 6, LeBron turned off the ball 3 times in the final minutes, the Spurs responded with missed free throws, lack of rebounding, and bad defense.
Tonight, Mario Chalmers with two missed free throws, that turnover on the inbounds play, and bad shots were responded by the Spurs with turnovers and inability to make gimme shots.
Both teams had their problems, the Spurs especially in game 6, but I am not going to act like the Heat played perfect basketball and the Spurs were the only team to make mistakes.