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DJ Khaled says San Antonio Spurs cheated against Miami Heat

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Game 1 of the NBA Finals was shrouded in controversy. The air conditioning inside the AT&T Center shut off just before the game, causing 90+ degree temperatures that left LeBron James reeling and unable to continue in the 4th quarter due to severe muscle cramps. Well DJ Khaled appeared on ESPN's First Take today and claimed that the San Antonio Spurs did that on purpose to hurt Lebron and the Miami Heat.

As you can see in the video above, the rapper and producer is sitting with Stephen A. and Skip Bayless as he reveals that the streets told him that the Spurs knew what they were doing and sabotaged the AC.

Stephen A is my favorite in all of this, the man just sits there nonchalant as anything taking it all in and not even bothering to dignify Khaled's claims with a response while Skip does what he always does and tries to get shots off at James.

I wonder if the Spurs actually did do it on purpose, would make for a good 30 for 30 in a couple of years.

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NBA Finals
San Antonio Spurs
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