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The Thunder fell short in their Finals rematch, but it was their insistence on going big again that led to the 103-97 loss to the Heat. Ben Golliver examines OKC's defensive undoings.Upvote Share Tweet
LeBron James Throws Down A Put Back Slamdimemag.com Dec 25, 2012LeBron James grabs a rebound and smashes the one-handed put-back slam in one motion in today’s matchup between the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder.Upvote Share Tweet
Heat's Mike Miller scores 10,000th career pointnba.com Dec 25, 2012Heat forward Mike Miller is the 48th active player with at least 10,000 points in his NBA career.Upvote Share Tweet
LeBron's foul-free streak ends at 254 minutesCNNSI.com Dec 25, 2012MIAMI (AP) -- LeBron James' foul-free streak is over.Upvote Share Tweet
Strength Vs. StrengthCNNSI.com Dec 25, 2012Miami, the best in the East, and Oklahoma City, the leader in the West, are meeting for the first time since the 2012 NBA Finals. The Heat have started quickly. Follow the action here.Upvote Share Tweet
Merry Christmas, Parts Of A Chad Johnson Sex Tape Hit The Internet Todaydeadspin.com Dec 25, 2012Unemployed NFL wide receiver and reality TV meme Chad Johnson has a sex tape, obviously, and parts of it are now on the Internet. Here's the description, from WorldStarHipHop: More »Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 25, 2012Many have entered the competition, but none have secured the No. 2 cornerback job. CB Sean Smith bruised his knee against the Bills, but may still play in the Dolphins finale. RB Brandon Bolden returned to the running back mix for the Patriots. Mark Can…Upvote Share Tweet
Heat Earn Hard-Fought Win Against ThunderDec 25Kevin Durant scored 33 points, but LeBron James countered with 29 points of his own to lead the Heat past the Thunder 103-97
LeBron Discusses Win Against ThunderDec 25LeBron James comments on the Heat's performance against the Thunder on Christmas.
Heat Earn Hard-Fought Win Against ThunderDec 25Highlight of the night: Kevin Durant scored 33 points, but LeBron James countered with 29 points of his own to lead the Heat past the Thunder 103-97.