LeBron watch: James has 28 points at halftime as Heat are cruising

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Just LeBron doing his thing. Nothing to it, really.

The Miami Heat don't seem too fazed about their winning streak ending. They came right back and are crushing the New Orleans Hornets, 60-43, at halftime. The game quickly turned into a laugher thanks to one LeBron James.

James has 28 points at the half. He's been his usual dominant self, shooting 10 of 14 from the floor and knocking down an insane 6 of 7 three pointers. He's been just as active in other parts of the game, hauling in three rebounds and dishing out three assists. He's been as unstoppable as ever Friday night.

Dwyane Wade is the only other Miami player in double digit points so far, but James hasn't needed much help otherwise. The Heat are on pace to score a ridiculous 120 points on the game.

In other words, just another typical LeBron night.

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