OKC bows down to the Heat

Miami Heat forward LeBron James

Miami Heat was in flames as the Big 3 combined a whopping 81 points to beat league leader, the Oklahoma City Thunder, 103-81.

Lebron James headed in smashing the boards for the Heat in the early part of the game, giving his team an early lead.

James spoiled the comeback of OKC Russel Westbrook who also didn’t disappoint his fans with his return to the court.

Though Kevin Durant was also in his zone, it was too late because the Heat already pulled away as early as the start of the second half.

Heat’s lead ballooned to 19 that it didn’t bother them when Lebron was pulled out of the game with five minutes still remaining in the fourth quarter.

James left the court after his nose bled when Serge Ibaka accidentally hit his face.

When James left, Dwayne Wade took on the game with the help of Chris Bosh finished it for the Heat.

The Miami Heat are now on second place in the Eastern Conference with 39 wins out of 53 games, trailing behind the Indiana Pacers with 41 win and 13 losses putting them on top spot.

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