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Butler’s 47 points, fourth in NBA history playoffs, Murray & Abdul-Jabbar lead

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Butler’s 47 points, fourth in NBA history playoffs, Murray & Abdul-Jabbar lead

Original title: NBA history playoffs away game scoring list Butler 47 points fourth Murray & Abdul-Jabbar lead

Butler’s 47 points, fourth in NBA history playoffs, Murray & Abdul-Jabbar lead

Live it, May 29th. Yesterday’s Eastern Conference finals G6 life-and-death battle, the Heat defeated the Celtics away, dragging the Eastern Conference finals into the tiebreaker. In this game, Butler only rested for 2 minutes and 04 seconds. He made 16 of 29 shots, 4 of 9 three-pointers, and 11 of 11 free throws. He scored 47 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists, 4 steals and 1 block, with only one turnover.

According to statistics, Butler’s 47 points ranked fourth in the NBA’s history of life and death away games in the playoffs, ahead of him are Murray, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Olajuwon. The specific rankings are as follows:

1. Jamal Murray (2020 G6 vs. Jazz), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1960 G5 vs. Celtics) 50 points

3. Olajuwon (1987 G6 vs. Sonics) 49 points but lose

4. Butler (22 G6 against the Celtics), Westbrook (2017 G5 against the Rockets, lost), Wilkins (1988 G7 against the Celtics, lost) 47 points.

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