Ballin: LeBron James had a triple-double, so him. LeBron James also made a game-winning buzzer-beater, so also him. LeBron James also became the first player in NBA postseason history to tally a triple-double and a game-winning buzzer-beater in the same game, so him again.
Not so much: Frank “En” Vogel went 0-2 on last minute of overtime Roy Hibbert substitutions, which allowed LeBron James a nice chance to practice both his right-handed and left-handed layups after blowing by Georges Paul and Hill on the way to the basket. Quick coaching tip — if you’re subbing out Hibbertydibberty for Sam Young or Tyler Hansbrough in the final seconds of a playoff game, you’re doing it wrong.
Fin: If you’d prefer the top two entries to be condensed in to a quick vijoe, this should work.
Considering this was a virtual replay of the previous Heat possession — when Vogel pulled Hibbert for Young, only to see LeBron force a switch, easily ditch George Hill and then gently lay the ball in with no one at the rim — pretty Bad Idea Jeans by the Pacers head man. Good to know, however, that Vogel says Hibbert will “probably” be in if a situation like this presents itself again.