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Published June 5, 2013
SEVENTH HEAVEN: The late-night talk shows last night all made reference to the Heat's Game 7 win over the Pacers. CBS' David Letterman said, "My Indiana Pacers got beaten by the Miami Heat. ... Wasn't much of a game. At halftime -- and this is one of those things where if you watch enough basketball you pick up on little things like this -- I knew it was over when the Pacers come back out after halftime and they had changed into their street clothes" ("Late Show," CBS, 6/4). ABC's Jimmy Kimmel said, "It was a great series, except for the last game, which wasn't. But I think really what hurt the Pacers was Justin Bieber, who was there distracting them, rooting for the Heat in one of the most ridiculous outfits ever assembled" ("Jimmy Kimmel Live," ABC, 6/4). NBC's Jay Leno: "How many of you saw 'Game of Thrones' on Sunday? Did you watch that? Oh, my god! Oh, my god! People can't stop talking about this. The show ended with a huge massacre. That's two massacres I saw this week, if you count the Heat-Pacers game" ("The Tonight Show," NBC, 6/4).