It has become a given at this point: If and when this Miami team loses a game of significance, LeBron James's decision-making and overall box score gets dissected. After the Heat dropped a hard-fought Game 1, James—who had logged a triple-double with a game-high 18 rebounds and 10 assists, but only 18 points—came up in discussions everywhere. Had he been too passive with the ball at times? Did he wait too late to start guarding San Antonio's Tony Parker, who had diced the vaunted Miami defense?
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