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Heat Burn Pacers, Advance To Conference Finals
Dwyane Wade (pictured above) blew up for 41 points, propelling the Miami Heat to a 105-93 victory over the Indiana Pacers Thursday night. With the victory, Miami wins the series 4-2, and punch their ticket to the Eastern Conference Semifinals for the second straight season. LeBron James was...
Heat Dominate Pacers, Take 3-2 Series lead
Fresh off a 40 point game on Sunday, LeBron James put together a ridiculous stat line of 30 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists, 1 steal, and 1 block on Tuesday night to lead the Miami Heat to an authoritative 115-83 victory over the Indiana Pacers. Miami now leads the best-of-seven series 3-2. Dwyane Wa…
Heat Even Series With Pacers, LeBron Scores 40
After a few days off, plenty of dramatic headlines, and a pubic star player/coach argument, the Miami Heat rebounded Sunday afternoon to even their best-of-seven series with the Indiana Pacers at 2-2. LeBron James dropped 40, leading Miami to the 101-93 victory. It's the highest...
Pacers Manhandle Heat, Take 2-1 Series Lead
With all the national talk about what the Miami Heat are doing wrong, the focus should be on what the Indiana Pacers are doing right. On Thursday night, the answer to that question was everything. All-Star Center Roy Hibbert had a monster game, going for...
Without Chris Bosh, Heat Lose To Pacers
In their first game without All-Star power forward Chris Bosh, the Miami Heat could only muster 75 points, 52 of which came from Dwyane Wade and LeBron James. David West and the Indiana Pacers took advantage, scoring 78 to steal home court advantage from Miami and tie the playoff series at 1-1.
Will The Miami Heat Win The NBA Championship?
The Miami Heat are currently 25-7 on the year, and tied for the best record in the NBA.
Is this the year that Dwyane Wade. LeBron James, and company win the NBA Championship?
(L-R) Chris Bosh, LeBron James, and Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat
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Hornets Thumped By Heat
The Miami Heat killed the New Orleans Hornets on the glass, and as a result, killed the Hornets on the scoreboard. When the final horn blew, New Orleans had 25 rebounds, the lowest total for any team this season. After only trailing by two at the half, the Hornets couldn't play with the Heat th…

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