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Watch live: Miami overpowering Charlotte

Tune in to Game 7 of the Hornets-Heat series on ABC and WatchESPN.

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Heat showcase defensive and offensive prowess (0:15)
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Pippen surprises Jordan at halftime (0:21)
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POTUS: Kobe and a mic drop (0:20)
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Manute Bol's 6-foot-11 son's between-the-legs dunk (0:23)
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Spurs drop 43 on Thunder in first quarter (1:44)
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Wilbon thinks Thunder have plenty of fight left in them (0:49)
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Aldridge puts on a shooting clinic (1:49)
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Leonard opens up series with ferocious finish (0:16)
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Mike Epps is falling for the Pacers (0:33)
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Walton: Had to take advantage of Lakers opportunity (1:41)
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Waste of time for Durant to return to Thunder next season? (1:47)
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Thunder's dance party raves into the playoffs (1:40)
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The 'Purple Shirt Man' gets testy with Dwyane Wade (0:38)
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Did Richardson just bite the basketball? (0:16)
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Crawford misses potential game-tying shot (0:12)
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Portland crowd erupts when Jordan air balls free throw (0:37)

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Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

No other way to put this: Erik Spoelstra, who took over in 2008, is a quarter away from winning his first career playoff series without LeBron James.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Hornets' starters are 13-for-42 (31%) from the floor tonight. Heat up 83-53 at the end of a third quarter that saw the Hornets outscored 29-11. Rough end for Charlotte, which led the series 3-2 and was down two in the waning minutes in Game 6.

Goran Dragic, have a day!

The Heat guard continues his dominating Game 7 performance by throwing down this transition dunk.

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Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Hassan Whiteside's 24 blocks in this series is a new franchise record for a postseason series.

Pippen and Jordan having a good ol' time

Scottie Pippen and his former teammate, Michael Jordan, are all smiles during halftime of the Hornets-Heat game in Miami.

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Marc J. Spears, The Undefeated The Undefeated 

Astros checking out scene at Warriors-Blazers pregame before first pitch versus A's.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Goran Dragic just plain showing out now. It took 7 games, but Dragic has figured out Kemba Walker like Rocky did Ivan Drago midway through that fight in Russia.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat squashing everything the Hornets have available right now. Whiteside is erasing or intimidating shot attempts at the rim, and the Hornets are struggling to get the sort of penetration that led them to three wins this series. Heat lead 65-46 overall, and 40-16 in paint points.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Adams on the emotions following Game 1's embarrassing blowout: "Anger. Definitely anger. All the negative ones."

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Dragic, Whiteside on the same page

The Heat made two quick baskets to start the third quarter, including this Goran Dragic lob to Hassan Whiteside. Miami leads Charlotte on ABC.

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Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Charlotte comes out at half with Nic Batum in place of Frank Kaminsky.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

One first-half stat jumps off the box score more than all others combined. Heat starters have a total of 1 foul. They've spent the bulk of the past few games managing foul trouble. More than anything, that's freed Goran Dragic to explode for 17 points entering the third period.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant talking through how the Thunder responded today to Game 1's blowout: "We didn't come in today with a bad attitude. We've got to move on to the next one."

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Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat up 54-42 at the break. With his 8 points in the first half, Dwyane Wade passed Wilt Chamberlain for 17th place on the NBA's career playoff scoring list.