It was a fantastic Monday morning on June 24, 2013. It was a hot and humid day, and a city arose with a buzz to join its other compatriots on a march to Bayside. A march to see basketball’s latest back to back champion that had played arguably the best, most dramatic NBA Finals in NBA history. In Defeating the San Antonio Spurs, the Miami Heat defeated the only team with a legitimate claim to the excellence that is NBA Finals Champion. In doing so there are very little questions at this time to who is the BEST NBA team in the world today, THE MIAMI HEAT!!! In a Game 6 I’m probably going to write a whole article about because it was that epic, the Spurs had us, knife to perverbial throat. Cutting into our flesh on our exposed necks when in action movie style, Ray “Jesus Shuttlesworth” Allen went into the teachings from his father Denzel Washington, and in true muscle memory fashion drained arguably the biggest shot in the history of this great game. A moment that will live forever in Finals lore, and one that lead to an OT, and a game 7 that crowned Lebron and Wade yet again as the best in the basketball world. Back to the parade, and a sweltering heat surrounding 10s of 1000s of crazed Heat fans who were gathering round the ole AAA far and wide to catch a glimpse of ole Larry O. Boy did we ever, in 18 wheelers with trailers for cranes converted to dance floors for the luckiest of Miami Heat Fans, and Our Brave Men and Women of our ARMED FORCES, and Double Decker England looking busses the Heat took their “victory lap” thru their city amongst adoration and praise. This reporter met some really dynamic Heat fans, suprisingly of both genders who shared the passion energy and excitment of truly a history moment that we were cementing as we went. Nothing but cheers and adoration from a city that is normally hustling for it’s quick buck, or jumping in its beemer to go the job as a plastic surgeon, was locked in a frenzy one could only experience to imagine. This reporter alone was responsible for chants such as “Keep Chris Bosh!!!” and “Jesus” at Ray Allen which were both met by eye contact, acknowledgement, and thumbs up from said Champions. I also got to tell Mario “faggot” Chalmers, and Doucher Mike Miller that they suck in person like 20 yards away from them. All in all, with how close I was considering the amount of people, the vibe of the greatest city in the world in championship mode, and a attitude that had crowd members making friends for a day and proclaiming English such as “see you next year, or I’ll be back at this spot next season” it was a fantastic day for sports. Without a doubt one of the best parades ever, for one of the greatest teams of ALL TIME, THE MIAMI HEAT!!!!!!