The Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 91-85 Sunday in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. The Heat lead the series 2-1. Forward LeBron James led Miami with 29 points and 14 rebounds, as the Heat rallied from a 10-point, third-quarter deficit to capture the victory. LeBron had probably the most clutch 1-for-2 trip to the line in his career. James was a monster in the paint just like he was in Game 2, attacking the rim with reckless abandon on cuts, offensive boards and drives. But that all slowed down in the second half. James had a tough time scoring on Thabo Sefolosha when Kevin Durant got in foul trouble, but he crushed the Thunder inside. Still, LBJ continues to produce at an MVP-rate. He once again led the Heat in scoring while also doing a solid job on Durant in the fourth quarter. A few more performances as such and the championship-ring jokes stop.
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