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Miami Heat Celebrate NBA Championship With Victory Parade
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Miami Heat Celebrate NBA Championship With Victory Parade

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Miami Heat Celebrate NBA Championship With Victory Parade

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The NBA Champs piled onto the top of a double decker bus that carried them through Miami streets overflowing with fans. But the route also passed under three low hanging overpasses. Amid shouts of "Get Down," the 6'8" LeBron James barely manage to avoid what the Kansas City Star called "a faceful of concrete."

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne.

The Miami Heat, yesterday, held a victory parade that got people wondering was it planned by a Spurs fan. The NBA champs piled onto the top of a double-decker bus that carried them through Miami streets overflowing with fans. But the route also passed under three low-hanging overpasses. Amid shouts of, Get down, the six-foot-eight LeBron James barely managed to avoid what the Kansas City Star called a face full of concrete.

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