San Antonio Spurs Win NBA Finals, Hollywood Reacts

Associated Press
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker shoots as Miami Heat forward Chris Andersen defends during Sunday night's game.

The Spurs beat the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the Finals.

The San Antonio Spurs are the NBA champions again.

The Tim Duncan-led team crushed the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the Finals on Sunday night, 104-87, to win the best-of-seven series four games to one. Kawhi Leonard, 22, was named the MVP and became the youngest winner since 1999, when Duncan won the honor.

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It’s a reverse of last year’s NBA Finals, in which the Heat beat the Spurs in Game 7 to take their second straight championship. This marks the Spurs' fifth championship overall.

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Sunday night's game, which aired live on ABC from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, was so ho-hum that it spurred comments from many in Hollywood on Twitter:

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Other comments included:

Debbie Emery contributed to this report.