Just one game in the NBA playoffs, and Miami left no doubt who the better team was.
Miami 105 - Indiana 93
Dwyane Wade was just too much for Indiana, scoring 41 points grabbing 10 rebounds, and LeBron James handled the rest with 28 points, six rebounds, seven assists and three steals.
Indiana started off strong, leading by seven after the first quarter and clinging to a two point lead at the half, but Miami owned the second half.
David West led Indiana with 24 points, as all five Pacers starters scored double digits but they just didn't have any answers for Wade and James. The stat of the series, via NBA.com, was LeBron and Dwyane combining to average 64.5 points in the series, while Indiana's starters combined to average 63.2 for the six games.
The Heat now wait to find out who wins Saturday night's game seven between Boston and Philadelphia.
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Article by Eric Gray