Heat and Thunder Game 3 Preview
After dropping Game 1, the Miami Heat stormed back in Game 2, then held on in the fourth quarter to even the 2012 NBA Finals at one game apiece and grasp home-court advantage. The series heads to Miami this evening where LeBron James and company will try and take two-games-to-one advantage.
James, who's play in the Finals has been questioned in the past, had his most defining NBA Finals performance in Game 2. Can he repeat in Game 3?
Speaking of defining performances, what might have been different had Kevin Durant's late shot dropped? Do you think he made the right decision? Had it fallen, how would that have impacted LeBron's immediate legacy?
And how might the Thunder responding after their five-game postseason winning streak was snapped. Some called for Oklahoma City to start James Harden, who has been the team's rock off the bench. Scott Brooks says he plans to continue using Harden as a sixth man -- we'll see if that is a mistake or not.
With those points, out of the way, have at it, folks. It should be fun -- and hopefully you enjoy switching back and forth between the NBA Finals and the US Open Finals.