The Oklahoma City Thunder shot twenty-two percent from three-point range in their Game Three loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday. James Harden finished 2 for 10 from the floor overall. Kevin Durant could not score more than 25 and Russell Westbrook could not top 19.
Meanwhile, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade finished with 29 and 25 respectively, out-scoring the Thunder duo by 10. Chris Bosh only made 3 of the 12 field goals he attempted, totaling 10 points on the night, but only Kendrick Perkins scored that many for OKC behind KD and Russell.
There was an opening there, with no other Heat player after Bosh registering double figures in the points column, but the Thunder failed to take advantage.
Each of their 14 turnovers as a team came at the worst time. Kevin Durant's five fouls prevented him from being on the floor during a stretch when his team desperately needed him.
OKC could have survived one or two of those things happening in Game Three and still maybe won. All six were i...