By Enstarz Staff Reporter, EnStarz | Jun 21, 2012 11:41 AM EDT
Regardless of what anybody says Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant have had their shining moments in the playoffs
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Westbrook has been superb despite critics not liking the way he plays his position. He has averaged 29 points, 7 rebounds and about 7 assists per game.
Durant disappeared in Game 4's fourth quarter, but he had amazing scoring nights prior to his Finals' low, 6 points in the fourth.
He comes into Game 5 averaging 30.3 points in the Finals.
Where will you be when these young stars try to stay alive and play for another day?
Game 5 is set to tip off at 9PM EDT tonight in Miami.
The Miami Heat have outplayed the Thunder when it matters. They had a huge first quarter in Game 2 and managed to hold the Thunder from making a comeback.
Leads have been squandered in this series. So if you are watching the game and it gets out of hand, do not worry, because both teams have surpassed double-digit leads a couple of times in the series.
The Thunder came back in Game 1 after trailing by as many as 13 points.
The Miami Heat returned the favor and came back in Games 3 after trailing by 10 in the third quarter. In Game 4 they were down by as many as 17 and they rallied back to win.
No lead is safe, especially since both teams have some of the best players in the NBA.
If the Thunder can win Game 5, Game 6 will be played in Oklahoma City at 8PM EDT on Sunday and if necessary, Game 7 would be at 9PM EDT on Tuesday. All games will be showing on ABC. Watch the online live stream at ESPN3.
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