NBA Finals 2012 Live Results: Miami Heat Vs. OKC Thunder Game 2

Live Results of the NBA 2012 Finals Game 2: Miami Heat vs Oklahoma City Thunder
June 14, 2012 (June 15 MLA Time)

Game 2 is happening live once again at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City and is being aired via ABS-CBN.

The Miami Heat are more agressive now in Game 2 of the NBA Finals 2012 as they were in Game 1, trying to end Oklahoma City Thunder's winning streak (5 consecutive wins: 4 from the Eastern Conference Finals vs San Antonio Spurs and 1 from the Playoffs Finals vs MIA Heat).

Game 2 marks Chris Bosh comeback in the Starting 5 of the Miami Heat.

1st Q starts: It's a fantastic start for Miami Heat. 6 minutes have passed, but Miami already has 13 points while Oklahoma City is stuck at 2.

1st Q 1:51: The 1st Quarter is about to end with this scores tally: 25 to 12.

1st Q ends: Miami Heat 27-15 OKC Thunder.

2nd Q 9:33: Miami still has the lead. 33-20

2nd Q 7:05: James Harden is the leading scorer with 14 points. He's responsible for half of OKC Thunder's points. Miami Heat's lead down to 8. 37-29.

2nd Q 5:26: MIA's Dwayne Wade is the 2nd leading scorer so far with 11 points. Russell Westbrook has just made a 3-point shot, to make OKC's score to 32. Miami has 44.

2nd Q 2:06: Miami still leads by 17 points, 51-34. This is already the 2nd time in Game 2 that Miami is leading by 17, the largest lead of the game.

2nd Q 11.1 sec.: OKC's score is now 42 points after a 3-point shot by Thabo Sefolosha and 2 free-throws by Westbrook. Miami Heat meanwhile has 55 points after LeBron James' 2-point shot and 2 points from free throws.

Half-time scores: 55-43.

3rd Q 9:51: Miami currently has 59 while OKC has 46.

3rd Q 9:03: Westbrook makes his 2nd 3-point shot. 2 free throws for LeBron James. 61-49.

3rd Q 7:44: Miami Heat still going strong to the basket. 67-52.

3rd Q 5:56: OKC's Kevin Durant scores his 1st 3-point shot, but MIA's Shane Battier counters it also with a 3-point shot. 70-55.

3rd Q 3:43: Miami Heat's lead down to 9 after OKC's Kendrick Perkins scored 2 free throws, Westbrook's 2-point shot and another one by Durant. 70-59.

3rd Q 56.3 sec: With less than a minute left in the 3rd Quarter, 76 to 65 is the latest tally.

3rd Quarter ends: 78-67

4th Quarter starts: Westbrook scores 2 for OKC, Wade also scores 2 for MIA. 80-69.

4th Q 7:25: 2 free throw points from Bosh of MIA Heat; Durant of OKC makes an amazing 3-point shot plus 2 points from a great slam dunk, then Harden scores a 2. 82-76.

4th Q 5:21: Miami Heat's lead is now just 4. 87-83

4th Q 4:49: MIA's Battier scores a 3 but OKC's Durant answers also with a 3. 90-86.

4th Q 1:42: LeBron shoots his 9th and 10th successful free throws. Durant scores 1 free throw. Wade scores 2. Westbrook scores two 2-point shots, to cut down MIA's lead to just 3. 94-91.

4th Q 1:15: LeBron scores 2. He now has 30 points. 96-91.

4th Q 36 seconds left: Amazing pass from Wade to Bosh to score a 2. Then Durant makes a 2, plus a 3 by Westbrook. 98-96. Durant now has 32 points.

4th Q 7 seconds left: Another 2 free throws for LeBron James. 100-96. LeBron was able to score a perfect 12 out of 12 free throws.

Game over. Final Score: Miami Heat 100-96 OKC Thunder.

Miami Heat's LeBron James was Game 2's Best Player with 32 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. In Game 1, he had 30 points, 9 reb. and 4 assts.

Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant has also proven that he's still the unbeatable scoring champion, also scoring 32 points in Game 2. During Game 1, he had 36 points.

Special mention for MIA's Bosh who made 15 rebounds in Game 2, which marked his grand comeback in the Starting 5.

Series now tied, 1-1.

1st Quarter: 27-15
2nd Quarter: 55-43
3rd Quarter: 78-67
4th Quarter: 100-96

MIA HEAT: 27, 28, 23, 22
OKC THUNDER: 15, 28, 24, 29

1. LeBron James 34 pts
2. Dwayne Wade 24 pts
3. Shane Battier 17 pts
4. Chris Bosh 16 pts
5. Mario Chalmers 3 pts
6. Udonis Haslem 2 pts
6. Mike Miller 2 pts
6. Norris Cole 2 pts
6. James Jones 2 pts

1. Kevin Durant 32 pts
2. Russell Westbrook 27 pts
3. James Harden 21 pts
4. Serge Ibaka 7 pts
5. Kendricks Perkins 4 pts
6. Thabo Sefolosha 3 pts
7. Derek Fisher 2 pts

Game 1: 107-94 (1-0)
Game 2: 96-100 (1-1)

Game 3 is scheduled on Sunday, June 17, in Miami, Florida (June 18 MLA Time).

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