Lebron had a monster game to beat the Rockets by scoring 29 of his points in the first half. Although he disappeared on offense during the second half, it was his defense that was heard loud and clear. Lebron ended up with four blocks and even blocked Harden who ended the game with 33 points. The duos did their jobs–Lebron James/Anthony Davis and James Harden/Russell Westbrook scored 62/63 points, respectively. It was the role players that made the difference, specifically Rajon Rondo who controlled a large part of the fourth quarter. He ended the game with 21 points.
Lebron James has the most wins in playoff history, surpassing Derek Fisher with 162.
Rajon Rondo recorded his 1000th playoff assist.