NBA Finals Game 2 Recap: 5 Reasons the OKC Thunder Lost
Just like in Game 1, the Miami Heat jumped out to a quick 18-2 lead before the Thunder crowd could even get to their seats. Unlike Game 1, where the Thunder eventually stormed back to win by nine points, this game had a totally different tone, thanks to Chris Bosh being added to the starting lineup and 2006 NBA Finals MVP Dwyane Wade showing flashes of his old form early on. LeBron James continued his dominant streak posting a “normal” 32 points and eight rebounds in the Heat’s 100-96 win.
Check out why the Thunder lost below.