They broke the stat system. That's how good Miami and Denver were — even modern technology couldn't keep up with the Heat and Nuggets.
For 48 minutes, they went back and forth.
And one overtime wouldn't decide it, either.
Finally, after three hours, the Heat said enough. James Johnson scored a career-high 31 points, Kelly Olynyk added 30 off the bench and Miami set a franchise single-game scoring record by beating the Nuggets 149-141 in double overtime on Monday night.
"There didn't deserve to be a loser," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. "Guys probably really enjoyed playing in a game like this."
His guys did, anyway. Olynyk...