The Miami HEAT held a cookout on their home court after hammering the Chicago Bulls 115-78 to even the second round series 1-1. Miami, led by a rejuvenated LeBron James, carved up the Chicago Bulls' defense like a side of beef, handing the Bulls their worst lopsided loss in Bulls franchise history.
The Heat also broke a franchise record for the widest margin of victory in playoffs history.
LeBron, who won his 4th MVP trophy last weekend, scored all of his 19 points in the first half. He spent the 2nd half guiding his teammates to victory with thrilling no-look passes.