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Ways to Celebrate Miami Heat-San Antonio Spurs Game 7

Here are a few ideas for celebrating Game 7 of the NBA Finals on Thursday



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    Brother Jimmy's BBQ in Mary Brickell Village will sport a life-sized Miami Heat court for Thursday night's watch party.

    Here are a few ways you can celebrate the Miami Heat taking on the San Antonio Spurs Thursday in Game 7 of the NBA Finals.

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    It you want to be close to the action, Bongos Miami is having a pep-rally and watch party for the game Thursday. The restaurant, located behind the AmericanAirlines Arena at 601 Biscayne Blvd., will have a buffet station, drink specials and live entertainment.

    Viewing Party at Brother Jimmy's BBQ:

    Get a pro's take on the game at Brother Jimmy's BBQ at 900 S. Miami Avenue in Mary Brickell Village. New Orleans Saints player and University of Miami Hurricanes alum Jonathan Vilma and North Carolina Panthers' D.J. Beason will host the party. Get there early for a pre-party, then stick around for the game and a victory celebration.

    Game Day Specials at Toro Toro:

    Celebrate on the cheap with Game Day specials at the Miami InterContinental's Toro Toro at 100 Chopin Plaza. The pan-Latin steakhouse is offering $5 bar snacks and $3 beer special during the game, with happy hour pricing continuing after the game.

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