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Topic - Mario Chalmers
Making one free throw at the end of regulation wasn't enough for the Miami Heat, nor was making just one again at the end of the first overtime.
Short-handed and a little disheveled with the ball, the Miami Heat finished off their three-game swing through the Midwest with a sterling performance on the other end of the floor.
LeBron James took a look at the stat sheet after three quarters and liked what he saw.
LeBron James drove for an emphatic dunk during a decisive fourth-quarter run and went skipping to the bench after a Dallas timeout.
James broke out to finish it with a flurry and the Heat used a 33-5 run to rout the San Antonio Spurs 103-84 on Sunday night and even the series at one game apiece.
Long after just about every Miami Heat player left the practice court on Monday, LeBron James stayed behind for a 3-point shooting contest against Ray Allen and Mario Chalmers.
The Miami Heat might be missing four key parts of the rotation when they visit the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night.
The Miami Heat are bracing to be short-handed again when visiting the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night.
Minor nicks, as Heat coach Erik Spoelstra put it, will keep Miami starters LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers from playing against the New York Knicks.
LeBron James and Kevin Durant exchanged words. Dwyane Wade and Serge Ibaka did a little shoving. Five technical fouls were called, and Russell Westbrook punched a table in frustration. This NBA Finals rematch met expectations.
Oklahoma City was more than OK at the start. At the end, not so much.
Oklahoma City is most definitely not OK in these NBA Finals.
LeBron James played until his legs had nothing left. Mario Chalmers went from struggling to sensational in the span of about two quarters. Dwyane Wade wore yet another pair of silly eyeglasses to a postgame news conference. And the Oklahoma City Thunder failed to win the game that they said was a must-win.
History is rarely this neat.
LeBron James could hardly stand, certainly couldn't run. Good thing all he needed to do was shoot.
"We've just got to do a better job of taking care of the ball, make sure we deliver passes on time, on target, and have everybody be aggressive," point guard Mario Chalmers said. "I think it's just a little reminder heading into the playoffs that when we have under 10 turnovers, we're unstoppable."
MIAMI (AP) - LeBron James scored 38 points, Mario Chalmers added 15 and the Miami Heat survived a 3-point barrage from New York's J.R. Smith on the way to dealing the Knicks' playoff hopes a big blow with a 102-91 victory on Sunday.