The Miami Heart are back on top of the NBA Finals.
Sunday night in south Florida, LeBron James scored 29 points and 14 rebounds in a 91-85 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder to take a 2-1 series lead.
A major reason why the Thunder lost Sunday was that they couldn’t seem to get things together offensively in the fourth quarter where they were only limited to 18 points.
The Heat also won despite the fact that Dwyane Wade turned the ball over five times, including once to Switzerland native Thabo Sefolosha who recorded a key steal and went to the basket for an easy lay up late in the game.
Former Raptor Chris Bosh is also playing very well on his side of the court for Miami. On Sunday he had 11 rebounds to go along with his 10 points.
For the Thunder to get back into the series, they will need better production from James Harden, who only capitalized on two of his twelve field goal attempts.
Game four goes Tuesday in Miami.