Jimmy Butler continues to show just why he is a Superstar, with a capital S.
In his first-ever NBA Finals, the 31-year-old is doing it all for the Miami Heat and then some, rewriting the record books in the process. This now-iconic photo of Butler doubling over late in Miami's Game 5 win is a visual representation of his leaving it all on the floor.
This, of course, came as Butler was in the process of recording his second triple-double of the series, which, by the numbers, qualifies as yet another historic performance.
Let's break it down.
In 47 minutes and 12 seconds of action (he only rested for 48 seconds of game time!), Butler finished with a stat line of 35 points (on 11-for-19 shooting), 12 rebounds, 11 assists, five steals and a block. In doing so, he became the first player in NBA Finals history to score 35 or more points, pull down 10 or more rebounds, dish out 10 or more assists and grab five or more steals.
Per NBA.com Stats, it's only been done one other time in postseason history.