At the end of the first half vs. the Thunder, LeBron James had had a good half: 13 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists. Your standard game, basically, for many good players in the NBA. And then, all of a sudden, all hell broke loose.
James scored 10 points in 1:46 (give or take when you count the start and end, when he shot or when the points were logged) to finish with 23-8-4. At the half. No dunks. No layups. No post moves. Defended each time. Simply the best player in basketball hitting shots only he can hit right now.
So that's pretty good. James has also played defense on Kevin Durant for most of the game.
Not bad. Heat lead by 20 in the third quarter vs. the Thunder.