NBA Finals: By the numbers for Game 3
Shane Battier is now 11-for-15 from 3-point ranger in the championship series.
BY THE NUMBERS
2: 3-pointers made by Shane Battier on two attempts. Battier is now 11-for-15 from 3-point range in the Finals.
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4: Made 3-pointers by the Thunder out of 18 attempts, a 22.2 percent clip.
5: Fouls called on Kevin Durant, the second time in as many games that Durant has had five fouls.
9: Missed free throws by the Thunder. OKC has now missed 23 in three games.
10: Margin of defeat for the Thunder in Games 2 and 3. The Thunder missed 16 free throws in those two games.
11: Assists by the Thunder.
14: Turnovers by the Thunder, leading to 16 Heat points.
20: Paint points by the Heat in the first quarter. Miami finished with 46.
29: Points scored by LeBron James, a game-high. James also had 14 rebounds and three assists.
37.8: Percent shooting by the Heat.
44: Second half points scored by the Heat. The Thunder had just 39. It was the first time this series that Miami outscored OKC in the second half.
By Darnell Mayberry