Rotations: B. Scotty Brooks' decision to move Durant over to Chalmers and let Sefolosha cover LeBron James paid off. Chalmers had some early success darting around Durant, but Westbrook did a good job defending Wade, and most importantly, Durant didn't get in foul trouble. A little more Collison (17-plus minutes) would have been nice, but Kendrick Perkins was as productive as Collison, in the same amount of time.
Pace: A. The Thunder won the transition game, outscoring the Heat 17-9 on fast breaks. The Heat got loose for some quick baskets, but for the most part, the Thunder was the aggressor in transition.
Kevin Durant: B. It's a high standard Durant has set, but his 28 points on 9-of-19 shooting was a little shy of what we've come to expect from KD in this series. Durant's two rebounds, three assists and three turnovers were just so-so. Durant's defense on LeBron in the fourth quarter was good, though.