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2012 NBA Finals, Thunder Vs. Heat Game 4: Wild Second Quarter Leaves OKC Leading 49-46 At Haltime

Well, we knew early leads in this series haven't held up.

The Thunder had a 14-point lead after the first quarter, but it quickly disappeared in the second. At halftime, Oklahoma City leads 49-46 in Miami in what basically is a must-win.

The Heat opened the second quarter on a 16-2 run to tie the game at 35 four minutes into the period. Chris Bosh was pleased.

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The remainder of the period was back-and-forth. For the final 6:45 of the second quarter, neither team led by more than three.

[Related Link: Video of Kevin Durant's Sweet Lay-Up]

Russell Westbrook leads OKC with 18-points on 9-for-15 shooting. Kevin Durant has 12 points. The Thunder are shooting 47.7 percent from the field, while Miami is shooting 44.2. The Heat have been led by 10 points each from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. James nearly recorded a triple-double in the half, adding eight assists and six rebounds. The Thunder have a 22-21 edge in rebounds.

For more on this 2012 NBA Finals, be sure to read our StoryStream here. Check outWelcome To Loud City for more on the Thunder and Peninsula Is Mightier for more on the Heat.