Miami (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
On Sunday night, Miami Heat took on Oklahoma City Thunder for the game 3 of the NBA championship series. And with a final score of 91-85, the Heat beat the Thunder, reported nytimes.com. Noticing how the Thunder was hurt after Durant was benched, GreenBeanBuddy.com agreed with the report that his foul trouble proved costly for OKC.
For the whole game three, Kevin Durant only scored 25 points, said the report. In the fourth quarter, he only scored four, it added. And that definitely helped the Heat to pull ahead said GreenBeanBuddy.
The report from nytimes related that the 23-year-old took his fourth foul while guarding Heat's Dwayne Wade with 5 minutes and 41 seconds left for the third quarter. And as it shared, Lebron James said that the Thunder lost their edge when the 6'9” forward left.
Here's a part of the post “Durant's Fouls Troubled Thunder” by GreenBeanBuddy.com
“The game three of the NBA Finals last night did not bid well for OKC. The thunder did not boom well as the Heat controlled the pace of the game since the first quarter. And clear as it was, Durant's foul trouble was a favor to Miami's play.
Compared to game one and two, Durant scored much less in game 3 in the fourth quarter. His 17 fourth-quarter points in game one gave the OKC their first victory of the series. Despite the Thunder losing in game two, he still scored 16 points in the last quarter. Last night, however, he only scored 4 in the fourth quarter and made only a total of 25 points during the whole game.”
Read more about Durant's Foul Trouble Favored Miami's Play at: http://www.greenbeanbuddy.com/2096/nba-finals-update-durants-fouls-troubled-thunder/
Entertainment and sports news webstite GreenBeanBuddy.com stated that despite his fouls, Kevin Durant still remained the lead scorer for Thunder. Nonetheless, it commented that for OKC to increase their chance of tying and even winning the series, Durant must score more without fouling.
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