LA Clippers vs. Miami Heat: Live Scores, Highlights and Analysis
LeBron goes for 30 points on better than 60% shooting in his fourth straight game and the Heat make 15 three-pointers to rout the Clippers 111-89.
By finishing 9-of-11 FG, LeBron wrapped up his best 4-game shooting stretch of his career (43-of-59, 72.9 percent).— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) February 9, 2013
LeBron explodes for 30 points for the fourth straight game as the Heat make 15 three-pointers in a rout of the Clippers.
James Jones hits the three.
We're under three minutes left in this one and the Heat have run away with it. Official timeout.
Dwyane Wade and LeBron look to be having a good time on the bench.
Another way to frame it -- LeBron's last 4 games: 73 FG% and 74 FT%.— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) February 9, 2013
Chris Andersen is exceeding my own expectations for him, especially for his first month with the Heat, in just about every way.— Couper Moorhead (@CoupNBA) February 9, 2013
Eric Bledsoe hits the three and Spoelstra calls timeout.
The Heat lead by 31 as both teams have their benches in.
We've gotten to the part of the game where Chris Anderson gets calls. We're going to be here until March at this rate.— Dan Woike (@DanWoikeSports) February 9, 2013
Matt Barnes fouls Chris Andersen hard to prevent the fastbreak bucket. This wasn't called a flagrant.
Miami has won almost every 50/50 ball tonight.— Dan Woike (@DanWoikeSports) February 9, 2013
DeAndre Jordan is quietly having a pretty good night for the Clippers in this blowout.
LeBron's impressive last four games.
Dwyane Wade scores four straight to start the fourth including this throw-down on the feed from Norris Cole. Timeout Heat.
Heat shooting 62.7% from field. League-high this year is 63.8% by Chicago at Cleveland (11/2)— Eric Patten (@EricPatten) February 9, 2013
LeBron James this week is shooting 43-of-59 for 72.9 percent— Chris Tomasson (@christomasson) February 9, 2013
LeBron scores 15 of his 30 in the corner and now has his fourth straight game with 30+ points as we head to the fourth.
With a corner three, LeBron has scored 30 points. He's scored 15 in the third quarter.
The Heat are running away with this one.
The only sense of mortality from James tonight has been at foul line where he's 8-11— Eric Patten (@EricPatten) February 9, 2013
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