Field Goal %
- MIA 46.6
- 43.8 OKC
Three Point %
- MIA 37.9
- 23.1 OKC
- MIA 14
- 16 OKC
- MIA 51
- 43 OKC
- Oklahoma City, OK
- Line: OKC -4.5
0:00 - 4th Quarter
End of Game
It makes sense that LeBron James would not be able to maintain his streak of shooting 60% or better from the field -- in NBA history, only 2 non-centers have done that for an entire season.
In addition to his 39 points, LeBron James also grabbed 12 rebounds Thursday against the Thunder. James now has an NBA-high six games this season with at least 30 points and 10 rebounds.
Kevin Durant recorded his NBA-high sixth 40-point game this season Thursday against the Heat.
LeBron James reached 30 points Thursday against the Thunder, extending his 30-point streak to seven games. Only Wilt Chamberlain (40 and 9) and Elgin Baylor (8) have had longer such streaks entering the All-Star break in NBA history.
LeBron James:7th straight game with 30+ points; tied for 2nd-best regular-season streak of career (longest: 10 games, 2005-06 season)
Russell Westbrook scored 20 points in the first half Thursday against the Heat, his fourth game this season with at least 20 points in the first half. He had just one 20-point first half in his first four seasons combined.
The Thunder were outscored by 15 points (32-17) against the Heat in the first quarter Thursday. It marks their largest deficit after one quarter in a game this season. Their previous largest deficit after one quarter was 14 points on January 2 at home against the Nets.
The Thunder scored just 17 points in the first quarter Thursday against the Heat, tied for the second-fewest points they've scored in a first quarter this season.
PG Darren Collison is open to re-signing with the Sacramento Kings in July.
Stephen A. Smith thinks it's time for the Clippers to move on from Blake Griffin.
Max Kellerman doesn't think there is enough time for Carmelo Anthony to gel with the Cavaliers before the playoffs if he were to join Cleveland.