LeBron James triple-doubled with 32 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists, three steals and a block -- and hit just 11-of-26 shots -- but he constantly resurrected the Heat from the dead as they took Game 6 in overtime in one of the greatest NBA Finals games ever played.
Tim Duncan scored 25 points in the first half and finished with 30 points and 17 rebounds, but it wasn't enough for the Spurs in their Game 6 overtime loss to the Heat on Tuesday.
Dwyane Wade didn't start the second half of Tuesday's Game 6 for the Heat, but entered the game shortly after the start of the third quarter.
The Spurs and Heat are expected to use the same starting lineups for Tuesday's Game 6 as they did for Game 5.
Coach Doc Rivers is expected to meet with Celtics GM Danny Ainge on Wednesday.
Chris Andersen is expected to be back in the rotation for Tuesday's Game 6.
Maryland C Alex Len (ankle surgery) has been cleared to walk without crutches.
Sources tell ESPN that Kansas SG Ben McLemore was out of shape in recent workouts for the Suns and Magic.
Alvin Gentry will have his second interview with the Grizzlies later this week.
Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski says the Clippers backed out of their trade with the Celtics due in part to financial considerations.
ESPN Chicago says there's a "very good chance" Carlos Boozer will be amnestied in the summer of 2014.
Jimmy Butler is penciled in as the Bulls' starting shooting guard in 2013-14.
Sources tell ESPN that the Hawks and Mavericks have interest in impending free agent Monta Ellis.
The Heat are promising not to give Danny Green any open looks in Tuesday's Game 6.
Doc Rivers is uncertain about returning to the Celtics after the deal with the Clippers fell through, sources told Yahoo! Sports.