They will inevitably remember that 2-0 lead Nowitzki's Dallas Mavericks seized in their first NBA Finals and everything taken away from them thereafter by the new, worthy champs from Miami.
What happened there?! If the Mavs had already won Game 3, the series is pretty much over! In the video below is the last 10 seconds of their Game 6 before the win. Even though they gave Jason Terry a chance to force OT with shooting a 3, does it look like or it just looked like he lost his balance because of a foul that wasn't called as one?! At the end, it wasn't called as a foul. I guess it was the Mavs who couldn't keep up. "Maybe they were starting to celebrate too early.."(as they said from Game 3) Tsk, tsk..problems with Mavs from the start of Game 3. They should've won their 4th victory..
By Game 6, Miami really was an 'everybody' as they would say it. The Mavs weren't simply dealing with their Dwyane Wade problems. Instead, they had Alonzo Mourning problems, Udonis Haslem problems, and even Antoine Walker problems. It looked like Miami won The Finals this year with Dwayne Wade (Jersey #3) as their MVP! (Fact: Dwayne Wade is the 5th youngest MVP in the NBA Finals!)Miami won against the Dallas leading with a 95-92 score.
"You all witnessed it," Riley said. "You all watched it. Players like that are very hard to come by, and to watch them grow right in front of you ... I've never had a player (Dwayne Wade) like this." (Practice makes Perfect!)
To sum it up, the Mavs, at 2-0 up and 89-76 ahead in Game 3, were suppose to win. But it looks like the farther away they fell from wining since Dallas' confidence problems had them snowballed. I don't think when the season started anybody picked Dallas and Miami to be in the Finals. Would you believe it? Unbelievable! The Miami Heat managed to put it together at the right time and prove the doubters wrong. Miami has beaten the Bulls, Nets and Pistons to reach the Finals. Then after falling into a 2-0 series against the Mavs, the Heat won 4 straight games to claim their first NBA title in franchise history. Expect the unexpected. Anyways, cheers to the Miami Heat for winning this year's season!