Keeping up with Perk: Thunder fall behind, 2-1

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Keeping up with Perk: Thunder fall behind, 2-1

The NBA Finals returned to Miami on Sunday night, where the Heat took Game 3 on their home court, 91-85, over the Oklahoma City Thunder and claimed a 2-1 series lead. See how former Boston Celticcurrent Thunder starting center Kendrick Perkins performed in the game:

Minutes: 34
Points: 10 (3-5 FG, 4-6 FT)
Rebounds: 12 (6 offensive, 6 defensive)
Assists: 0
Blocks: 1
Turnovers: 3
Personal Fouls: 3
Technical Fouls: 0
-: 3

I thought Perk was really good tonight, said Thunder head coach Scott Brooks. He did a lot of good things on the rebounds. He did a good job on (Chris) Bosh. He did a good job of clogging the paint, and you've got to pick. I've got three great options and I thought Serge (Ibaka) was good, but I thought Perk was really good tonight.

Perkins is averaging 4.9 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 1.4 blocks in 26.6 minutes per game this postseason.

The Thunder and Heat will play Game 4 on Tuesday night in Miami.

To see how Perk did in Game 2, click here. Here is the rundown on Perk's Game 1 performance.

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