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LeBron Got a Ring on It…Whoa-Whoa-Whoa!
King James and cohorts beat Oklahoma to win the NBA title in Game 5 and they deserved it! The local paper in the Miami Herald reads, “PROMISED LAND,” in huge capital letters.
James had 26 points, 13 assists and 11 rebounds – his first triple-double of the 2012 postseason. He dissected Oklahoma City’s defense with his passing all game. For the 13th time since the NBA began naming a Finals MVP in 1969, James won the regular-season MVP and Finals MVP in the same season.
There was lots of anticipation but little question as the Miami Heat beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-106 to close out the NBA Finals. This victory by the Heat, gives LeBron James his first title in three trips to the Finals and BOO-YAH to those silly critics who just prior basked in his failure. James who famously told the world he was “taking my talents to South Beach,” did just that and it was a move that paid off as he finally gets a championship ring.
Five other Heat players scored in double-figures, led by forward Mike Miller who had 23 points, 21 on three-pointers. Forward Chris Bosh had 24 points, guard Dwyane Wade had 20, forward Shane Battier 11 and guard Mario Chalmers 10. This is going to be the combo to watch for next season.
Running hot and cold, Oklahoma City was yet unable to put together a consistent game against the Heat who simply wanted the championship more. You could taste it through the screen.