After a steady, methodical comeback allowed the Thunder to take Game 1, we're back in OKC tonight for Game 2 of the 2012 NBA Finals. It'll be hard for the Heat to steal one from Durant's squad at Chesapeake Energy Arena, but if any team is capable, it's LeBron and company. Expect an update and a recap when the final buzzer sounds. In the meantime, hit the c-section to give us your analysis.
Update: After another slow start for the Thunder (Miami opened up to a 18-2 lead), Russell Westbrook spearheaded a fourth quarter comeback, bringing his team within two in the final minute of the game. On a potentially game-tying play, with LeBron all over him, Kevin Durant missed a baseline shot, securing the win for Miami. Upon further viewing of the controversial play, it looks as though a foul could've easily been called. Van Gundy agrees, what did you think? LBJ again lead the charge for the Heat, going for a solid 32 and 8 boards while Wade and Bosh contributed nicely with 24 and 16, respectively. KD also dropped 32 while Westbrook finished with 27 points, 7 assists and 8 boards in another near triple double. Come back on Sunday when the series heads to Miami for Game 3.