LeBron James just needs one win to get his first NBA Championship. If only his legs can keep up.

The Miami Heat took game four of the 2012 NBA Finals from  The Oklahoma City Thunder, 104-98, and now have a commanding three games to one lead in the series.

Mario Chalmers came up big for the Heat, scoring 25 points.  Dwyane Wade matched that effort with 25 of his own. LeBron missed the final moments of the game with leg cramps but still finished with 26 points, 12 assists and 9 rebounds.

The Heat survived an offensive onslaught from Russell Westbrook, who scored 43 points for the Thunder. Kevin Durant had 28, but no other OKC player scored in double digits.

Game five will be played Thursday night in Miami as The Heat look to close out the series at home. Teams leading 3-1 in the NBA Finals are 30-0 all-time.

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