(Sports News) The Miami Heat had a 7 point lead in the half, as Oklahoma City Thunder disrespectfully made a comeback resulting in a 105-94 win over the Heats.
While the final score is a bit close, OKC quickly got it together after playing nervous being that it is their first appearance in NBA Finals, and reached their goal which was to demolish the Heat in the second half.
They outscored Miami 58-40 as the Thunder held on with only two turnovers in the final 24 minutes.
Kevin Durant scored 36 points, which is the most points a player has scored in his finals debut since Iverson back in ’01 (48). Thabo Sefolosha played an amazing game and Nick Collison came off the bench to contribute eight points and 10 boards in only 21 minutes.
In the first half the Heat were getting open looks and were knocking them down. They put up and made six three’s in the first half after averaging six three’s per game in the playoffs.
In the second half they attempted way too many jumpers, resulting in 27-to-18 free throws. So who are we going to throw the blame on this time??? I say WADE… only scoring 19 points on 19 shots while making unecessary turnovers with under a minute remaining to seal the Thunder win.
In order for Miami to win the championship, they must make some serious changes and adjustments.