San Antonio advances at last. The Spurs do it by beating Oklahoma City at Chesapeake Energy Arena 112-107 in overtime. The young athletic Thunder went against an advanced Spurs team who wins ball games with experience and veteran leadership. The Spurs went into the mindset aware that the Thunder are indeed a talented basketball team, but a veteran team full of older players was too much to overcome. Tim Duncan at 38, led the San Antonio charge. Now, the Spurs will try and exact revenge on the Miami Heat who are awaiting them in the NBA Finals. San Antonio couldn’t get rid of the Game 6 memory last year when they were up by seven points and leading with 7 seconds left to go and the Heat clawed back to tie the game and eventually, win Game 6. Game 7 was in Miami’s momentum and the rest is history. Now, the Spurs have a chance to redeem themselves.