Found February 13, 2014 on Los That Sports Blog:
Tweet In a truly entertaining NBA affair Wednesday night, the Miami Heat downed the Golden State Warriors 111-110 at Oracle Arena, thanks to a sick LeBron James game winning 3-pointer with a mere two seconds left on the clock, an absolute dagger to the heart of Steph Curry and the Warriors. James finished the night a dime from a triple double, registering 36 points, 13 rebounds and nine assists. Not sure why the Warriors didn’t double up defensively on LeBron with time winding down. Seems like a no-brainer when the best player in the NBA has the rock and is looking for the final shot of the game, but they didn’t and ended up paying for it in a big way.
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