Friday, June 15, 2012

2012 NBA Finals Game 2 [Highlights]


As the Miami Heat stepped onto the court Thursday night to overcome a game one defeat, LeBron James was focused and poised to even it up. With a phenomenal performance from D. Wade and MORE uncharacteristic contributions from Shane Battier (5-7 from beyond), the Miami Heat would go on to tie the 2012 NBA Finals at one game a piece.

NBA Veteran (at this point), Shane Battier has become the ultimate ex-factor the Miami Heat. He is shooting lights out through the first 2 games on the road. His home court 3-point shooting percentage is 42%, we should expect his to hover around that shooting percentage all series, if the Thunder don't make some adjustments defensively.

The defense by the 305 was amazing last night. They swarmed the ball and got out to a dominating 16 - 2 start. It wasn't until James Harden (who finished with 21 points on 7-11 shooting, and 4 rebounds) checked in for OKC where the Thunder got some offensive life. Kevin Durant finished with 32 points as did LeBron James. Wade ended the game with 24, as Russell Westbrook (although he shot horribly, 10-26) finished with 27 points, 7 assists and 8 rebounds.


2012 NBA Finals [Game 1 Mini Movie]


2012 NBA Finals Game One mini movie featuring the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat.