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Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder Come Back to Defeat the Miami Heat 105-94 [VIDEO]

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The Oklahoma City Thunder shocked the Miami Heat 105-94. Bad puns aside, that might be the only true way to describe what happened in game one of the NBA finals. The Thunder, who were down by as many 13 points, stormed back to take game one. That’s the last bad pun, I hope.

Kevin Durant stole the show, scoring 17 of his game high 36 points in the 4th quarter. Russell Westbrook was also huge for the Thunder, hauling in 27 points an 11 assists.

LeBron James, who played an extremely tough game, scored 30 points, his most ever in a finals appearance, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Thunder. The Thunder proved why they were 9-0 at home during the 2012 playoffs.

If you didn’t get a chance to watch the game last night, we at 1340 the fan are looking out for you, check out the top 5 plays of the game here.

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