The injury struck Miami Heat outlasted the Houston Rockets in Sunday nights home finale of the regular season. Miami was without Dwyane Wade, Mario Chalmers, Chris Bosh, and Ronny Turiaf, yet that didn’t seem to give Miami any hindrance. Miami was lifted by Lebron James’s 32 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 blocks, and a steal. The MVP candidate was presented with the MVP chants many times from times where he was at the free throw line to the moment he walked off the court for the final time this regular season at the American Airlines Arena. James was 52% from the court but that was the most efficent scorer on the court; Joel Anthony who now comes off the bench for the Heat was 100% from the court being 5 for 5. Rookie Norris Cole showing the front office just what he’s capable of scoring 16 points and bringing down 4 rebounds. Mike Miller had another break out game scoring 11 points off the bench. Now even though Miami won, Houston did a great job on both sides of the court. The standout player for the Rockets was the rookie from the University of Florida, Chandler Parsons, who scored 23 points, 4 steals, and 3 rebounds against the Heat. Parsons was guarding/being guarded by Lebron. For a rookie that is one hell of a feat for a rookie and he actually did good. Being there in person was incredible the atmosphere was just amazing mostly because of Lebron and his tanasity. If Lebron can continue to play like this and Wade and Bosh come off strong I have a feeling that not only can they beat Chicago ; they can beat Oklahoma in the Finals.