Ever since the Heat’s Big 3 joined forces, they’ve been under constant scrutiny, even after winning the championship last year. During Game 4 of the NBA Finals Thursday night, these three men came up big in a massive way. During the Miami Heat‘s 109-93 beating over the San Antonio Spurs, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh collected 85 points, 30 rebounds, nine assists, 10 steals and five blocks. In Games 1-3, they averaged 43.3 points combined. They almost doubled that Thursday night. When Wade has scored 20 or more points, the Heat have won twenty-nine consecutive games. He now joins Isiah Thomas as the only players in NBA Finals history to record at least 30 points and six steals in a single game. With 33 points, Thursday night was the most points James has ever scored in any of his 19 career Finals games. Bosh had his third straight double-double in Game 4, having only two in the first three rounds combined.
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