The LowDown: Miami Heat, Manu Ginobili, Darrelle Revis, Aaron Hernandez, and MUCH more!

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Judas, er, Jesus Shuttlesworth sent Game Six into OT. (Credit: SB Nation)

Welcome to another edition of The LowDown for Wednesday, June 19, 2013. So much has been going on the last few days in the sports world it’s hard to keep almost. Take a gander at the top headlines of the week so far!

The Miami Heat made a memorable comeback in Game Six of the NBA Finals. The catalyst? The Larry O’Brien trophy was being wheeled towards the court because the NBA presumed the Heat were going to lose. (Sports-Kings)

The Spurs’ Manu Ginobili was “devastated” after the team collapsed with under a minute to go in the game, allowing the Heat to send it to overtime. Free throws, gentlemen, free throws. (Sports-Glory)

Newly acquired Tampa Bay Buccaneer Darrelle Revis offered up a nice amount of cash to teammate Mark Barron for the right to wear the #24. Find out just how many greenbacks the All-Pro corner dished out. (The Victory Formation)

Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been uncooperative with police as they have attempted to question him about his possible involvement in a homicide. That’s right, a homicide. What a jackass. (NESN.com)

New Jersey governor Chris Christie didn’t score too many points with residents of his state, or the general population, when he admitted he’s a Dallas Cowboys fan. (The Victory Formation)

Fast food chain Arby’s took a hilarious dig at Tracy McGrady on Twitter. That’s right, a restaurant chain dissed ‘ol T-Mac. See what the tweet said here. (Gamedayr)

And the Lockdown Lady of the day is none other than the stunning Katerina Graham, who you may recognize as the lovable witch Bonnie on the CW’s Vampire Diaries.

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