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Remember when people used to question LeBron James’ legacy?

Nah, us either.

Last night, in a thrilling Game 7, the Miami Heat defeated the very worthy San Antonio Spurs 95-88 to win the 2013 NBA championship.

The Heat have now won two championships in three years.

LeBron was the MVP of the series, and last night he had one of the all-time great playoff games: 37 points, on 12 of 23 shootings, 12 rebounds, four assists and two steals.

Now, at the age of 28, LeBron has two championship rings and two finals MVPs. To put that in some kind of context, a certain Michael Jordan won his first championship and Finals MVP at the same age.

Congratulations, LeBron and the whole Miami Heat. (Even you Chris Bosh and your zero points.)

It was a madhouse in MIA last night. We wish we were there, and we know you do, too. 

So scroll down and relive some of the celebration from last night with the most epic pictures. 

LeBron James receives the Finals MVP from Boston Celtics great Bill Russell. The award is actually named after the hall-of-fame center, who won 11 championships with the Celtics.

Wait…LeBron has a lot of catching up to do!

LeBron holding the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, along with his MVP trophy.

People around the country like to clown Heat fans for not being real fans, but they were celebrating in full force last night.

And during the after party at Story Nightclub on South Beach… [courtesy of World Red Eye]

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