David Robinson still upset at Ray Allen's 3-point shot in 2013 Finals vs. Spurs

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It's a moment no San Antonio Spurs fan will ever forget - Miami's Ray Allen's 3-point shot in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals.

To this day, it still hurt Spurs fans deeply as they recall seeing Allen's shot go down the net, to force overtime and end any chance the Spurs had at winning the NBA 2013 title.

What made it worse was seeing the yellow ropes come out, the trophy ready to be given to the Spurs and the team locker room ready for the celebration.

And Spurs legend David Robinson is still upset after all these years.

Robinson said he's still mad about the 3-pointer Ray Allen drilled at the end of regulation in Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals.
"We ordered champagne into our locker room," Robinson said. "I know we were ready to celebrate that championship, and we don't have it now."

The Spurs would avenge the loss as they met Miami in the 2014 NBA Finals to capture the title but to know a sixth championship banner could be hanging in the AT&T Center still stings today.

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