Miami Heat vs. Golden State Warriors: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
LeBron James scores 25 points in the Heat's 92-75 win over the Warriors on his way to surpassing the 20,000 career points mark. James becomes just the youngest player to reach 20,000 points and is just the 13th ever to do so.
Game video highlights.
LeBron James tops both 20,000 points (youngest player ever) and 5,000 assists during historic night. Miami beats Golden State, 92-75.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 17, 2013
It's over in Oakland. The Warriors turn the ball over early thanks in large part to the Heat's stifling defense and Miami never looks back to win by 17, 92-75.
David Lee with his 24th double-double of the season with 12 points and 11 rebounds... Came into tonight ranked second behind Zach Randolph— #GSWStats (@gswstats) January 17, 2013
Richard Jefferson throws down the reverse layup to finish off the Warriors' 12-0 run.
A Richard Jefferson sighting! (Completely forgot he was still in the league.)— Michael Pina (@MichaelVPina) January 17, 2013
A career comparison for Michael Jordan and LeBron at their 20,000 points marks.
Golden State calls timeout with 2:50 remaining. They've had their second and third units since the third quarter.
The Warriors didn't do the Lakers any favors tonight.— Michael Pina (@MichaelVPina) January 17, 2013
Steph Curry misses first game. Warriors get blown out. Helps All-Star case.— chris palmer (@ESPNChrisPalmer) January 17, 2013
Rookie Draymond Green has put together an impressive stat line.
Jeremy Tyler throws down the dunk on the backdoor cut out of the timeout.
Miami calls timeout up 27 points. There's still 5:50 remaining for their bench players to get some game time.
Carl Landry with his third double-double of the season with 10 points and 11 rebounds... Dubs winning the rebounding battle 45-44— #GSWStats (@gswstats) January 17, 2013
Miami's stars look pretty happy resting on the bench with this game in hand.
Pretty amusing that the Heat, up 31, are only 'winning' rebounding by two boards.— Couper Moorhead (@CoupNBA) January 17, 2013
Golden State calls a timeout trailing by 31.
Dubs have lost by 30-or-more only 9 times over the last 10 years with their largest loss vs. MIA: 22, twice, last: 12/10/10 (106-84)— #GSWStats (@gswstats) January 17, 2013
The Warriors have just three players with double-digit scoring numbers tonight.
Ray Allen does what he does best and hits the contested three to start the fourth quarter.
The Heat hold the Warriors to just 12 points in the third quarter and there's not a lot to cheer about for Warriors fans tonight.
LeBron returns with a 32-point lead and 2:10 left, on the first night of a back-to-back. OK, then.— Ethan J. Skolnick (@EthanJSkolnick) January 17, 2013
2nd time since Jan. 5 the Warriors have been down by 30+ in the 3rd quarter.— Eric Patten (@EricPatten) January 17, 2013
LeBron has gone to the bench after scoring his 25th point. The Warriors look lifeless without Curry while the Heat are playing with energy on both offense and defense.
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