We may be just 40 hours away from the end of the "LeBron James has no rings" memes.
Despite debilitating leg cramps, James nearly finished with a triple-double in Miami's 104-98 Game 4 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. James totaled 26 points, 12 assists and nine rebounds to lead the Heat to a 3-1 series lead.
On the opposite sideline, Kevin Durant was overshadowed by a masterful performance by Russell Westbrook. The Thunder point guard scored 43 points on 20-for-32 shooting, and added seven boards and six assists.
Here's a look at the tale of the tape between James and Durant through four games, including the two superstars' Game 4 numbers, and their average numbers thus far:
|LeBron James||Kevin Durant|
|Game 4 minutes||44:21||46:10|
|Game 4 points||26||28|
|Game 4 rebounds||9||2|
|Game 4 assists||12||3|
|Game 4 FG%||50.0||47.4%|
|Game 4 3-pointers||1||1|
|Game 4 3P%||25.0%||20.0%|
|Game 4 free throws||5-for-8||9-for-9|
|Game 4 4th quarter points||6||6|
|Game 4 4th quarter FG%||33.3%||66.7%|
|Game 4 points in final 2:00||0||0|
|Series free throws||30-for-37||23-for-28|
|4th quarter points/game||6.8||10.8|
|Series 4th quarter FG%||36.8%||55.6%|
|Series points in final 2:00||2.0||1.8|
Below, watch the top five plays from Game 4: