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Miami Heat 110, Oklahoma City Thunder 100

The Miami Heat wanted to take care of business early, and they did. The 2012 defending champions had an 11-0 run in the first quarter that pushed their lead to 15. They never let up after that. The Heat, led by LeBron James' 39 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists, never trailed and were up by 23 at one point in the third quarter.

James was on pace to keep the NBA record of most consecutive games with 30-plus points while shooting 60-percent, but Miami star forward shot a long three-pointer when the game was almost over, which ruined his percentage of hitting 60. James has now scored  30-plus points in his last seven games against the Thunder.

Kevin Durant led the Thunder with 40 points (22 in the fourth quarter) and Russell Westbrook added 26.

Los Angeles Clippers 125, Los Angeles Lakers 101

It didn’t take long for the Lakers to realize they couldn't compete with Lob City. The Clippers started the game on a 15-0 run, taking control from the start, led by Blake Griffin, who scored 18 of his 22 points in the first quarter.

The Lakers made a run in the second quarter to cut the deficit to three, but the Clippers responded with a 14-5 run in the final two minutes of the period to end the Lakers' chances.

Chris Paul had 24 points and 13 assists while Chauncey Billups added  21 points, including five three-pointers. The Clippers, who have a 3-0 season series lead against the Lakers, are on pace to win their first division title in franchise history.

Kobe Bryant had 20 points, 11 assists and five rebounds in the loss.


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