Field Goal %
- MIA 52.9
- 43.6 BKN
Three Point %
- MIA 33.3
- 22.7 BKN
- MIA 10
- 11 BKN
- MIA 41
- 48 BKN
- Brooklyn, NY
- Line: MIA -2.5
0:00 - 4th Quarter
End of the 4th Quarter
From Elias: LeBron James tied his playoff career-high with 49 points Monday. It was his seventh playoff game with at least 45 points, tied for third most all-time behind only Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain.
The Heat improved to 18-1 in the playoffs in the Big 3 era (since 2010-11 season) when finishing with an effective field goal percentage of 55% or higher.
LeBron James' effective field goal percentage was 72.9%, his highest in the playoffs this season.
The Nets' effective field goal percentage dropped to 28.6% in the fourth quarter compared to 53.5% in the first three quarters.
LeBron James had a field goal attempt against seven different Nets defenders and scored over 50% on all but one of them.
LeBron James scored 34 of his 49 points on plays when he attacked the basket (cuts, drives, post ups and putbacks). James shot 11-of-12 in the restricted area compared with 5-of-12 on his jump shots Monday. James' 11 made field goals in the restricted area are tied for the second-most in his playoff career.
- LeBron drove to the basket a series-high 10 times Monday. In Games 1-3, James averaged 5.3 drives per game.
LeBron James had 89 offensive touches Monday, his most in a game this playoffs.
LeBron James scored four fewer points than the rest of Heat players combined.
LeBron James' 49 points tonight marked the 12th time in his career he has scored at least 40 points in a playoff game. Of those 12 games, 9 have come on the road, including all 3 instances since James took his talents to South Beach and joined the Heat.
LeBron's 49 points tied the most he has scored in any game in his entire playoff career. It's also the most points any player has scored in Miami Heat postseason history.
Max Kellerman points to the lack of big moves from the NBA as a sign that the Warriors will remain atop the NBA.
Jarrett Jack, who hasn't played in the NBA for more than a year, will return to the Pelicans on a 10-day deal, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Jeff Goodman breaks down how Ben Simmons' not playing this season affects the 76ers' future plans.