Heat's James shoots over Bulls' Noah in Chicago
Miami Heat forward LeBron James shoots over Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah during the fourth quarter of game 2 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals at the United Center in Chicago on May 18, 2011. The Heat won 85-75 to even the best of seven series 1-1. UPI/David Banks
Miami forward LeBron James has been voted onto the NBA All-Defensive Team for a fifth-consecutive season, the NBA announced Monday.
Ray Allen led Miami with 21 points in 19 minutes Wednesday and the Heat rolled to an ill-tempered, 115-78 rout of Chicago that tied their playoff series.
Nate Robinson scored seven of his 27 points in the final 2 minutes Monday and Chicago upended Miami 93-86 in Game 1 of their second-round playoff series.
Joakim Noah's double-double of 24 points and 14 rebounds Saturday lifted Chicago to a 99-93 win over Brooklyn in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference series.
Andray Blatche scored the last five Brooklyn points over the closing 1:15 Thursday and the Nets forced a decisive playoff game with a 95-92 win over Chicago.
Nate Robinson scored 23 points in the fourth quarter Saturday and the Chicago Bulls went on to beat Brooklyn 142-134 in triple-overtime for a 3-1 series lead.
Carlos Boozer helped stake Chicago to a big lead Thursday and the Bulls narrowly avoided a fourth-quarter collapse to edge Brooklyn 79-76.
Joakim Noah scored nine of his 11 points in the fourth quarter Monday, leading the Chicago Bulls over Brooklyn 90-82 to even their first-round playoff series.
Deron Williams and Brook Lopez combined for 43 points Saturday and Brooklyn pounded Chicago 106-89 to open its first-round Eastern Conference playoff series.
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah could miss the post-season because of a foot injury, the team said.