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Heat Vs. Thunder, 2012 NBA Finals Game 4: Miami Storms Back, Still Trail 49-46

As Game 4 of the 2012 NBA Finals looked as if the Oklahoma City Thunder were going to just steamroll the Miami Heat, the Heat suddenly found their shots. Miami opened up the second quarter with a 17-point run and midway through the quarter tied the game at 35. Just as Miami's shots went in, the Thunder's went cold.

Russell Westbrook started the game hot, going four for four on his first four shots but suddenly went cold down the stretch and early in the second quarter. Westbrook shot just one for six as the Heat climbed back on the scoreboard and eventually tied the game. Westbrook did hit a few key shots down the stretch however, heading into halftime leading the Thunder in scoring with 18 points.

The Heat had a scare midway through the second quarter however, as Dwyane Wade went down hard on his back after a clean Serge Ibaka block.

Wade lay on the ground for a bit, writhing in pain. The Heat guard eventually got up and walked to the sideline, hunched over a bit and wincing in pain, but after a timeout went back out on to the court.

Oklahoma was finally able to find their bearings and start going blow for blow with the Heat, maintaining their lead into halftime.

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