Miami Heat 31 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder 26: First Quarter Breakdown Game 5 - NBA Finals 2012
In the first quarter of Game 5, Miami Heat looking to win their 4th game in a row and with it the NBA Finals, held a 31-26 lead over Oklahoma City Thunder, mainly due to their impressive long range shooting.
LeBron James looking to win the all elusive NBA Championship led the Miami scoring in the first period with 7 points and 2 assists.
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