A promise made and delivered. For the second time in this young franchise’s history, the http://nba.com/heat” target=”_blank”>Miami Heat will be heading to the NBA Finals after defeating the http://nba.com/bulls” target=”_blank”>Chicago Bulls last night 83 to 80. Though the game was too close to call and at times with a deficit of 12-point. Yet the Big Three – Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and especially LeBron James, all came through during the last quarter. Meanwhile, cellphone service provider http://t-mobile.com” target=”_blank”>T-Mobile hosted a massive pep rally in front of Miami Heat’s home, American Airline Arena, with musical guest http://islanddefjam.com/artist/home.aspx?artistID=7310″ target=”_blank”>Ludacris, who unabashedly showed off his pair of http://freshnessmag.com/2008/01/08/air-jordan-xx3-unveiled-officially/” target=”_blank”>Air Jordan XX3 in White/Titanium-University Blue, one of the original 3 colorways launched during the initial launch back in 2008. Miami Heat will play host for the Dallas Mavericks game 1 of NBA Finals on Tuesday evening.