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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Tom Butler, Jun 21, 2012.
It's just over. Miami 121 Oklahoma City 105.
LeBron James had 26 points.
Kevin Durant had 39 or OKC
LBJ had fewer points, but he was the best player on the floor throughout the series. From Game 6 of the Boston series on, LBJ was sensational.
Sad sad day.
Not a fan of the Heat at all, due to LBJ, but it was a good game and I enjoyed being there....Love the party...Miami Style!!!!!!!!
Come on now, don't be a hater.
At the end of the day, it came down to who had the better team, not just the top two or three shooters. Over the five games, excluding the big three from each team (James, Wade, Bosh for the Heat and Westbrook, Durant, Harden for OKC) -- this is what you get:
Heat role players - 191 points
OKC role players - 140 points
Each night, one of the Heat role players stepped up - especially Miller, Chalmers and Battier, but also Haslem and Cole in key minutes. For OKC, this simply didn't happen often enough for them.
I really like Coach Brooks and appreciate the way he told his to team to stay on the court and congratulate the Heat after game 5. He and the entire team have a lot of class ---- especially compared to the Celtics who walked off the court after game 7.