Since 1980, there have been only seven times in the finals where there is 40 + in a single game and no three-point shooting. ONeill has accounted for five times, and the other time was created by Jabbar. Butler is the third player to achieve this.
Butler used points and assists to create 73 points, which is the second highest in the history of the finals. Fraser of Knicks once created 74 points.
Webber in 1995 regular season, Barkley in 1993 division final, magician in 1981 regular season, Chamberlain in 1966, 1967 and 1968.
Butler made 14 of 20 shots today, shooting 70%, becoming the fifth man in history.