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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Americanairlines Arena
Miami Heat fans swarmed from downtown bars and rushed cheering and screaming into the streets late Thursday after their team won its second straight NBA championship.
Miami Heat fans pumped fists jubilantly, uncorked champagne bottles and swarmed into the streets by the thousands to celebrate overnight after their team captured its second straight NBA title.
As the Miami Heat's lead skyrocketed Thursday night from 5 just after halftime to an insurmountable 24 by the end of the third quarter, their fans outside the AmericanAirlines Arena decided it was time to celebrate the team's second NBA championship in six years.
Heat forward LeBron James is the NBA's MVP for a third time, putting him alongside some of the game's all-time greats.
Dwyane Wade is ready to play basketball. Preferably in Miami.
If you're a basketball fan, you'll hear the name American Airlines a lot over the next couple weeks.