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Heat-NBA 2012 Champions Thumbs up if you like Lebron!! LeBron and the Heat are NBA champs MIAMI — LeBron James is a world champion, and the Miami Heat have climbed to the top of NBA. James had 26 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists, and got the kind of help that was worth leaving home for, leading the Heat in a 121-106 rout of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night to win the NBA Finals in five games. Best player in the game, best team in the league. James has found it all since taking his talents to South Beach. ''It means everything,'' James said moments after the win. ''I made a difficult decision to leave Cleveland but I understood what my future was about ... I knew we had a bright future (in Miami). This is a dream come true for me. This is definitely when it pays off.'' He left the game along with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh for good with 3:01 remaining for a round of hugs and the start for a celebration he's been waiting for since arriving in the NBA out of high school as the No. 1 pick of the 2003 draft. James hopped up and down in the final minutes, shared a long hug with opponent Kevin Durant, and watched the confetti rain down from the rafters. The Heat took control in the second quarter, briefly lost it and blew it open again in the third behind their role players, James content to pass to wide-open 3-point shooters while the Thunder focused all their attention on him. Bosh and Wade, the other members of the Big Three who sat alongside James as he promised titles at his Miami welcoming party two summers ago, both had strong games. Bosh, who broke down in tears as the Heat left their own court after losing Game 6 last year, finished with 24 points and Wade scored 20. The Heat also got a huge boost from Mike Miller, who made seven 3-pointers and scored 23 points. The disappointment of losing to Dallas in six games last year vanished in a blowout of the demoralized Thunder, who got 32 points and 11 rebounds from Durant. That made it easier for James, the most heavily scrutinized player in the league since his departure from Cleveland, when he announced he was ''taking his talents to South Beach'' on a TV special called ''The Decision'' that was criticized everywhere from talk shows and water coolers straight to the commissioner's office. James has said he wishes he handled things differently, but few who watched the Cavaliers fail to assemble championship talent around him could have argued with his desire to depart. basketball miami heat okc thunder oklahoma city 2012 finals three pointer pt mike miller record clutch injured kaboom town post game interview press conference Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Miami Heat 6.21.12 Kevin Durant Russell Westbrook Kendrick Perkins Serge Ibaka Derek Fisher Nick Collison James Harden Lazar Hayward Nazr Mohammed Thabo Sefolosha Cole Aldrich Scott Brooks Lebron Chris Bosh Dwyane Wade Mario Chalmers Shane Battier Norris Mike Miller Eddy Curry Jones Dexter Pittman Joel Anthony Udonis Haslem Erik Spoelstra highlights plays game recap basketball sports nba champions finals 2012 playoffs NBAClipz NBA nba basketball miami heat okc thunder oklahoma city 2012 finals kevin durant russell westbrook lebron james dwyane wade chris bosh post game interview press conference ring cleveland cavaliers mvp nike champions champs rip oklahoma city thunder 2012 nba finals miami heat undertaker dead final stab in the heart lebron james kevin durant russell westbrook dywane wade champions killers savages face eaters harden no show Miami Heat (Basketball Team) Basketball (Sport) music Sport (Industry) He found in Miami a team where he never had to do it alone — though he reminded everyone during his sensational postseason run that he still could when necessary. He got support whenever he needed it in this series, from Shane Battier's 17 points in Game 2 to Mario Chalmers' 25 in Game 4. nba basketball miami heat okc thunder oklahoma city 2012 finals kevin durant russell westbrook lebron ...