NBA Finals 2012 Game 5: Miami Heat are NBA 2012 Champions, LeBron James is MVP

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NBA Finals 2012 Game 5 between Oklahoma City Thunder and Miami Heat (who's now just 1 win away to claim the NBA 2012 Championship Title) is airing live now on ABS-CBN.

Are we going to have Miami Heat being crowned Champions after Game 5? Or the OKC Thunder gonna force a Game 6 in their home-court on Sunday? We shall see as I post live results of Game 5 below.

1st Quarter starts. Russell Westbrook, who was amazing in Game 4 with 43 points, has scored the 1st 2 points for OKC Thunder in Game 5. Miami Heat meanwhile gets its first 2 points from a shot by LeBron James.

1st Q 1:50: With less than 2 minutes left, Miami Heat leading by 7, 21-28.

1st Q ends: After 2 free throws from Westbrook, a dunk by Kevin Durant and a 3-point shot by Norris Cole, 1st Quarter wrapped up with 26-31 for Miami.

2nd Quarter has started. Westbrook scores 2 plus a free throw for OKC. Mike Miller shoots a 3 for Miami, but OKC's Derek Fisher also shoots 3. Miami's lead down to just 2. 32-34.

2nd Q 7:05: MIA's Dwayne Wade dunks and later makes a 2-point jumper plus a free throw. Chris Bosh also makes a layup. 34-41.

2nd Q 5:25: MIA's LeBron shoots a 2. OKC's James Harden hits 2 free throws. MIA's Mario Chalmers scores a 3, followed by a 2 by Bosh. 36-48.

2nd Q 4:17: Mike Miller makes a 3 plus an open shot ay LeBron. Miami now on their biggest lead. 36-53.

2nd Q 3:50: Harden of the Thunder hits 2 free throws plus another 2. 40-53

2nd Q 2:00: LeBron gets 2 free throws. Westbrook also hits 2 free throws. Shane Battier makes a layup. Kevin Durant shoots a 3. 45-57.

End of 1st Half: 49-59

3rd Q 1:23: Not an easy 3rd Quarter for OKC as Miami leads by 26, their biggest lead in Game 5. 67-93. It's raining 3-point shots from Miami, while lots of misses for OKC.

3rd Q is about to end with 30 sec. left: 70-95

3rd Q ends: 71-95. Miami scored a total of 36 points in the 3rd Quarter as against OKC's 22 points. Whew!

4th Q 9:33: Mike Miller is the "star" of Game as he continues to make 3-point shots. He's Miami's leading scorer so far with 23 points. 79-103

4th Q 7:51: Derek Fisher makes 3-point shot plus more shots for OKC to cut Miami's lead to 20. Still big though. 86-106.

4th Q 4:49: Miami should celebrate now I guess. They're leading by 23 with less than 5 minutes remaining. 89-112. At this point, LeBron has already achieved a triple double: 24 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists.

4th Q 3:01: OKC trying to catch up, but Miami still aggressive. 96-118. Each team now giving way to their bench players.

4th Quarter ends, 106-121. Miami Heat win Game 5 to become NBA 2012 Champions.

QUARTER SCORES: OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS. MIAMI HEAT
1st Quarter: 26-31
2nd Quarter: 49-59
3rd Quarter: 71-95
4th Quarter: 106-121

HOW THEY SCORED PER QUARTER
OKC THUNDER: 26, 23, 22, 35
MIA HEAT: 31, 28, 36, 26

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER SCORERS:
1. Kevin Durant 32 pts
2. Russell Westbrook 19 pts
2. James Harden 19 pts
4. Derek Fisher 11 pts
5. Serge Ibaka 9 pts
6. Royal Ivey 6 pts
7. Nick Collison 2 pts
7. Kendricks Perkins 2 pts
7. Lazar Hayward 2 pts
7. Daequan Cook 2 pts
7. Cole Aldrich 2 pts

MIAMI HEAT SCORERS:
1. LeBron James 26 pts
2. Chris Bosh 24 pts
3. Mike Miller 23 pts
4. Dwayne Wade 20 pts
5. Shane Battier 11 pts
6. Mario Chalmers 10 pts
7. Norris Cole 3 pts
7. Terrel Harris 3 pts
9. Udonis Haslem 1 pt

GAMES SUMMARY: NBA FINALS 2012 - OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER VS MIAMI HEAT
Game 1: 107-94 (1-0)
Game 2: 96-100 (1-1)
Game 3: 85-91 (1-2)
Game 4: 98-104 (1-3)
Game 5: 106-121 (1-4)

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  1. OKC lost the championship, but the Thunders are still an excellent team ! MIA won, but are being perceive as ugly and mean players ! The referees were not fair to OKC either. They let MIA purposely created fouls so they could get more free throws ! What a lousy sportsmanship ! Put the spirit of playing basketball in disgrace ! What a shame !

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