NBA Finals: Oklahoma City Thunder at Miami Heat
Jun 21, 2012TV Network - ABC
Miami got a hard-fought win in Game 4, and now lead the series 3-1. Westbrook had a huge first quarter and led the Thunder to a big lead heading into the second. Miami had a run of its own to start the second quarter and ended the half down by three after trailing by as much as 17. Westbrook continued his scoring barrage in the fourth quarter, finishing with 43. But in the end it wasn't enough to counteract the balanced scoring from James, Wade, and Chalmers. Now the question is, can Miami finish off the Thunder at home, or will Oklahoma City force the series back to their home floor?
Jun 17, 2012TV Network - ABC
Perhaps in the end it was closer than it should have been, but the Miami Heat did manage to take game two on Thursday night, handing the Oklahoma City Thunder their first home loss of the postseason. Tonight's game and the two games after this will be in Miami, and if the Heat can manage to take two out of three they'll find themselves heading back to Oklahoma City in a pretty good position to get a ring. Neither team is going to want to drop this first game in Miami, expect another hard-fought battle.