Found May 13, 2013 on Players View:

LeBron James scored 27 points Monday and led the Miami Heat to another rout of what looked like a defenseless Chicago Bulls team.

Miami now holds what should be an insurmountable 3-1 lead in this Eastern Conference semifinals matchup after taking down the Bulls 86-65.

Beyond the points, James helped out with eight assists and grabbed seven rebounds for the Heat.

Chris Bosh added 14 points and six rebounds for Miami, who suffocated the Bulls to a playoff franchise low in points and field goal percentage (25.7 percent).

The Heat will try to close out the series at home in Wednesday’s Game 5.

Video: LeBron James on the breakaway dunk in Game 4

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