Remember that big Ray Allen 3-pointer in game six of the NBA Finals?
Remember the thrilling late game execution (and luck) Miami had en route to coming back from a significant deficit with less than a minute left in the game?
So did the rest of the country.
The Miami Heat brought in an ESPY award for 'Best Game' of the year for just that, beating two other notable recent games, the Baltimore Ravens victory against the Denver Broncos in the AFC Divisional Playoff and the Boston Bruins amazing comeback over the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Before the Heat won their second consecutive title, they had to make an improbable comeback. After a LeBron James 3-pointer and a Ray Allen trey to tie the game (Off a rebound and dish from Chris Bosh), Miami made up a six point deficit to get the game to overtime. The Heat never looked back.
LEBRON KEEPS WINNING
The Heat also nabbed an individual award on the night, as LeBron James won the ESPY for 'Best Male Athlete' in a season in which he captured the NBA's Most Valuable Player award in both the regular season and NBA Finals for the second straight year. Other nominees were Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera, and Olympic multiple champion swimmer Michael Phelps.
The veteran forward shot a career best from the field (56.5) while leading the NBA in player efficiency rating (31.6) for the sixth consecutive season.
LeBron also picked up ESPYS for Best Championship Performance and Best NBA Player. He also presented television personality Robin Roberts with the Arthur Ashe Courage award.
HEAT NAMED BEST TEAM
Miami wasn't done. They also took home the 'Best team' honor at the end of the night, capping off the three-peat. Miami won the 2012-13 NBA title after finishing the year with a 66-16 record in the regular season.