MIAMI -

Miami Heat players filed off the team plane and into a hanger at Miami International Airport just after 5 a.m. Friday.

Just a few hours after winning Game 2 of the NBA Finals in Oklahoma City, the team looked tired, but relaxed.

Heat president Pat Riley was also aboard the team's 737.

Some players were carrying binders as they walked down the stairs, possibly studying on the flight for Game 3.

On Thursday night, LeBron James carried the team with 32 points for a 100 - 96 victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Dwyane Wade helped pull in 23 points. 

Tip off for Game 3 is Sunday at 8 p.m. at the American Airlines Arena.