Mayors of San Antonio and Miami Double Down on NBA Finals Wager
The mayors of San Antonio and Miami are doubling down on their NBA Finals bet — tacking on a full day of community service to the debt the loser must pay the winner.
Prior to the beginning of the series between the Spurs and the Heat, which San Antonio now leads 1-0, Julián Castro and Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez, wagered that a meal of soft shell crab from Miami or Tex Mex from Mi Tierra's would be shipped to the winner.
If the Heat win, Castro has agreed to travel to Miami to complete a day of community service with City Year, the education-focused nonprofit that helps students at risk of dropping out.
And he'll do it wearing a Heat jersey.
The opposite holds true for Gimenez if the Spurs win.
I say they should make things interesting and the loser has to wear the cheerleader uniform of the winning team while performing said community service...but that's just me and I've been accused once or twice of being not all there. But that's a whole other story altogether.