Game 4 of the NBA Eastern Conference championship series, King James Bible version
On the twenty-fourth day of the fifth month, in the time of war for the eastern lands, King James of Miami and his armies doth entered into battle. The Miamians fought with Rose and Noah the Chicagoans, and their minion Bulls. And they did fight evenly with them from day to night.
And it came to pass, when King James tried to strike the final blow of the battle, Bennett the Judge spake unto the king. And the judge sayeth unto him "Thou hast displeased me. Thy kingly ways are foul and offensive to me. Thine enemy, Rose of Chicago, shall be given the ball that is now thine, that he might forthwith slay thee with it, and tie thy best-of-seven series at two games apiece."
Yet, verily, Rose did not slay the Miamians. For he did not goeth strong unto the hole. Nay, he shot from far away and he misseth badly, condemning his people to overtime, where Miami thus did smote them in great numbers, 101 to 93.
And so it came to pass that King James did scoreth thirty and five points in the game. And that Bosh of Miami doth have twenty and two points. And Wade of Miami, though he hath a sickness upon him, hit a big jumper in overtime.