Inside The Box Score: 2020 NBA Finals, Game 5

10/10/2020 at 03:10am

By Brian Martin

With Miami's season on the line, Jimmy Butler delivered a 35-point triple-double to lead the Heat to a 111-108 win to force a Game 6 and spoil a brilliant performance from LeBron James.

Let's take a closer look at Miami's season-saving win as we go inside the box score.


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  • The teams were nearly even in two of the four factors - effective field goal percentage (54.9% for L.A., 54.2% for Miami) and free throw rate (0.265 for Miami, 0.256 for L.A.). The key differences came in turnover ratio, which favored Miami 13.4 to 15.9; as well as offensive rebound rate, which favored L.A. 33.3% to 20.0%.

  • Despite the large deficit in offensive rebounding, the Heat kept the second-chance points battle close, allowing just six second-chance points to the Lakers, while scoring five of their own.


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