On March 3rd, 2014, the Charlotte Bobcats (now Hornets) were in Miami to take on LeBron James and the Heat.
Ray Allen came off the bench for the Heat, he played for 29 minutes, he made 3 of his 7 shots from the field including shooting 3-5 from beyond the arc which equates to 42.9% from the field and 60% from 3. He grabbed 3 rebounds, got 4 assists, and scored 9 points.
Chris Bosh started and played 30 minutes, in which he shot 6-14 from the field and 1-3 from 3-point range. He shot 100% from the free-throw line making both attempts. He grabbed 7 rebounds, dished out 0 assists, and scored 15 points.
The man that led the Heat this game, number 6, LeBron James. He played 41 minutes in this game and scored 22 of his 33 attempts from the field, including an impressive 8-10 from 3. He shot 75% from the free-throw line making 9-12 shots. He grabbed 7 rebounds, dished out 4 assists and scored a game-high, and a career-high 61 points.
Al Jefferson shot 75% from the field making 18-24 shots, he attempted no threes and shot 2-4 from the line. He grabbed a game-high 19 boards, scored a team-high 38 points, and got 1 assist. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist played for 26 minutes and grabbed 5 boards and scored 8 points on 3-4 shooting from the field and 2-2 shooting from the line. Kemba Walker shot 37.5% from the field making 3-8 shots and making 0-3 from beyond the arc. He made 1 at the line and scored 7 points. He dished out a team-high 8 assists and grabbed 2 boards.
In the end, it was the Miami Heat who grabbed the win after outscoring the Bobcats 124-107. A Miami Heat franchise record was broken by LeBron as he scored more than Glen Rice who held the record before.