Breaking down Green's 43-point night
Over the past five seasons, only two other players have reached all of these levels in a game: Dwyane Wade (2009 against the Knicks) and LeBron James (2010 against the Nuggets).
And only one player has done the 43-7-4 combo against the Heat -- Hakeem Olajuwon in 1989.
Green's 43 points are the second-most scored against the Heat by a player in a game over the last three seasons. The only player with more was Paul Millsap, who had 46 for the Utah Jazz in 2010.
One other note: A player has scored at least 31 points against the Heat nine times this season. That player's team is 0-9 in those games.
A graphic look at Jeff Green's 43-point night:
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