Miami Heat leads Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 in the NBA Finals 3-1

Miami Heat leads Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 in the NBA Finals 3-1

Miami : FL : USA | Jun 20, 2012 at 7:50 AM PDT
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Miami Heat vs. Oklahoma City Thunder GAME 1 HIGHLIGHTS | 2012 NBA FINALS | 6.12.2012

Unstoppable Miami Heat trashed Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 in the NBA Finals. Miami leads 3-1, one win away from the second title.

LeBron James was injured but it doesn't mean he's done instead he shook off the pain of leg cramps and hit a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 2:51 minutes left.

"The pain was so great", LeBron James said.

"I was just trying to make a play," James said. "If I was out on the floor, I wanted to try to make a play with the limited mobility I had at that time, and I was happy I was able to come through."

Teammate Dwyane Wade was proud of LeBron despite of his injuries he was able to released a good shot that tied the game in 2:51 remaining.

"He was hurting," teammate Dwyane Wade said. "But that's what it's about this time of the year. It would hurt more if we lose the ballgame, so it feels a little better if you can win it."

James had 26 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds while Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers both had 25 points to helped the team win the game.

"Four or five plays, that's what this series is coming down to," said Miami coach Erik Spoelstra. "That is what this game came down to.
"This is competition at its fiercest."

Game 5 is set on Thursday night and James plans to play and hopefully finished the game.

Miami Heat 104, Oklahoma City Thunder 98 final score.

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