2011 NBA Finals: LeBron James Makes Early Statement, but Will It Last?
After the first quarter in game six of the 2011 NBA Finals, LeBron James leads Miami with nine points
While LeBron is doing great and off to a fast start, the Dallas Mavericks have a five point lead at the end of the quarter. The Heat had a decent lead for several minutes in the first quarter, but Jason Terry has come off the bench to match James' nine points.
Also helping Dallas; JJ Barea and Shawn Marion have chipped in 6 points each and the team is distributing the ball nicely. Dallas is also playing defense, depriving the Heat of opportunities and sometimes making them take bad shots. Dallas looks focused, to say the least
The Heat will likely comeback to take the lead, with LeBron leading the scoring. Look for James to continue to attack the Dallas defense. He might even have another triple-double, but his stats aren't what's being argued over constantly! Everyone knows that it doesn't matter until we see the fourth quarter with the King closing the books and forcing a game seven. It is something that he has been criticized for this entire series.
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