Here is what each Thunder player shot from 3-point range in the Finals:
Kevin Durant 13 for 33
Harden 7 for 22
Derek Fisher 5 for 14
Russell Westbrook 3 for 22
Thabo Sefolosha 2 for 11
Royal Ivey 2 for 2
Deaquan Cook 0 for 2
With 6:12 left in the third, Perkins was whistled for his fifth foul with the Heat leading 75-63.
Reserve forward Nick Collison jumped up from the bench to enter the game, but coach Scott Brooks intercepted him to insert guard Fisher.
Roughly 90 seconds later, Fisher was called for a flagrant foul against James and the rout was on.
By the time Collison finally entered the game with 1:23 left, the lead had ballooned to 92-67.
LEBRON THE LEADER
With 1:23 left in the third quarter and the Heat pulling away 92-67, Miami point guard Mario Chalmers repeatedly waved both hands upward begging for more crowd noise.
Perhaps recalling his past displays of celebration, LeBron James quickly came over and instructed Chalmers to cease and desist, which Chalmers did.
With its 4-1 triumph against the Thunder, the Heat became the first NBA team to trail in three series and win the title.
Miami trailed 2-1 at Indiana, 3-2 at Boston and 1-0 at OKC.
Odds to win the 2012-13 NBA championship, from RJ Bell of Pregame.com:
3/1: Miami Heat; Thunder
5/1: Chicago Bulls
7/1: San Antonio Spurs
12/1: Los Angeles Lakers
15/1: Dallas Mavericks
20/1: Boston Celtics; Indiana Pacers
30/1: Los Angeles Clippers
35/1: Denver Nuggets; Memphis Grizzlies
40/1: Orlando Magic
60/1: Atlanta Hawks; New York Knicks; Philadelphia 76ers
80/1: Houston Rockets
100/1: Milwaukee Bucks; Minnesota Timberwolves; New Jersey Nets; Phoenix Suns; Portland Trail Blazers; Utah Jazz; Washington Wizards
120/1: Cleveland Cavaliers; New Orleans Hornets; Sacramento Kings; Toronto Raptors
130/1: Detroit Pistons; Golden State Warriors
150/1: Charlotte Bobcats
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