Miami won their second NBA title in franchise history Thursday night. And the second verse was far different than the first. The Heat had six players score in double figures in game five against Oklahoma City, but more impressively, four had 20 or more points in their decisive 121-106 victory over the Thunder. NBA Finals MVP Lebron James led the way with 26 points, while Mike Miller was on fire from three point range hitting seven of eight from beyond the arc. Miami also tied a finals record with 14 triples in the contest as the Heat wrapped up the series four games to one at home.