After coming out of the gate strong with an 18-2 lead in the 1st quarter, and a late rally from the Thunder, the Heat go back on their jet back to Miami with the series tied at 1-1.

In a game that had questionable officiating from the referees, the more questionable thing from this game was Russell Westbrook and his inability to pass the ball to his other teammates during the course of the whole game. It showed especially in the first half, only going 1 for 8 for field goals, but had 18 points in the 2nd half, and finished the game with 27 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists.

The first half was not just bad for Westbrook, but also for James Harden, but bounced back in the second half with 21 points. The 1st half woes continued for the remainder of the players on the Thunder roster, shooting 8.3%.

On the flipside, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade both had outstanding performances! James finished with 32 points, while Wade finished with 24. Shane Battier didn't play too bad either, going 4 for 5 from three point land.

One interesting stat, this was the Thunder's first loss at home in the playoffs (9-1)

Will the Heat finish their hot start in Game 3? We'll see Sunday night in Miami and 8pm.