Golden State stunned Miami Heat 97-95, despite LeBron’s 31 points

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MIAMI (Sporting Alert) — Draymond Green scored the all important go-ahead layup with 0.9 seconds left on the clock and the Golden State Warriors stunned the Miami Heat 97-95 at American Airlines Arena Wednesday night.

The win was the fifth straight victory for the Warriors.

Klay Thompson tied his season with 27 points, to go along with his seven rebounds, four assists and two steals and David Lee added 22 points and 13 boards for the Warriors, who led 53-52 at the half.

Jarrett Jack, who set-up the winning bucket, scored 20 points off the bench for Golden State

LeBron James led the Miami Heat with 31 points, his 25th consecutive game of 20 points or more, but he failed to hit a buzzer beating jumper at the end.

Chris Bosh supported with 21 points and 13 rebounds, while Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen each scored 14 for Miami, who is now 10-2 at home.

Warriors star point guard Stephen Curry finished with just nine points, a performance that saw his streak of eight straight games with 20 or more points snapped.

Golden State 97 beat Miami Heat 95
Game Time: 7:30 PM ET, Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Place: American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida

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