LeBron James: Win ‘Meant Everything’
Just like they have throughout their dominating playoff run, the Oklahoma City Thunder made another relentless, furious push late in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. This time, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade put a stop to it.
Kevin Durant missed a short baseline pull-up jumper over LeBron James and James followed with two free throws as the Miami Heat escaped with a 100-96 victory. The Miami Heat now return home with the Finals even at a game apiece. LeBron James scored 32 points in Miami’s thrilling Game 2 victory against OKC. (Getty Images)
“It meant everything,” James said of Thursday’s victory. “We had played too well in the first 36 minutes for this to slip away from us.”