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NBA Finals 2014 Heat vs Spurs live stream, TV & Game 5 odds; Bosh predicts win

Chris Bosh say Miami will win tonight in San Antonio.
Chris Bosh say Miami will win tonight in San Antonio.
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The 2014 NBA Finals live stream and TV coverage continues tonight from San Antonio as the Heat and Spurs get ready to face off in Game 5 from the AT&T Center. The Spurs can win the 2014 NBA Championships, and get Tim Duncan his fifth ring, with a win in tonight's Game 5 NBA live streaming action, but LeBron James and the Heat just try to prolong the series with a win tonight and take the action back to Miami for a Game 6.

According to a Sportsline report on June 15, Duncan will shoot his fiftth title with San Antonio tonight and Spurs fans will be at a fever pitch as they want to see their team take out the team that foiled their championship run last season. Even though the Spurs hold a 3-1 series lead they know that the Heat are the defending two-time champs and won't go down without a fight. As a matter of fact, Miami's Chris Bosh says the Heat will win Game 5.

"We're not going down. We're going to win this game tonight," Bosh said Sunday. "We're going to come. We prepare like we need to do. Plain and simple, we're going to win this game." Asked if he was guaranteeing a victory, Bosh said: "I don't care about guarantees. We're just going to win the game."

Those are some pretty bold words from a player on a team that has not only lost three of the first four games - but they have lost badly! San Antonio has been a machine in the postseason, winning ten games by 15 points or more, including three vs. the Heat. Well you can't blame Bosh for trying to get his team pumped up, but if the Heat come back and win this series it would be one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.

Las Vegas odds makers have the Spurs listed as a 6.5 point favorite in tonight's Game 5 with the over/under number set at 197. Fans can catch all the action live on ABC nationally and streaming live online through ESPN 3, Watch ESPN, ESPN Deportes and No matter how you choose to watch tonight's game, you have plenty of options!

Will the Spurs be crowned champions after Game 5, or will the Heat force a Game 6 back in South Beach? Tip off is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET.

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