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Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat Game 2: Results

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Last night the Indiana Pacers played in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat. The Heat led the series 1-0 after a last second shot by Lebron James in OT on Wednesday. But the Pacers pulled together after the painful loss and beat the Heat 97-93.

In Game 1 neither the Heat nor the Pacers controlled the game and it was always close but the Pacers quickly took the lead in this game 24-12 within the first quarter. The Pacers worked better together in this game and their defense had them in control of the ball more often. The Pacers were on top at the end of the first quarter 28-22.

Lebron James 12 out of the 14 points that the Heat got in the second quarter, but also had to sit on the bench for a good part of the second. With the time closing in on the half the Heat make one more attempt at taking the lead but are not able to manage it and the Pacers lead at the half 57-47.

After the half the teams continued to play as they had in the first half, but things started to pick up in the fourth quarter. With six minutes left in the game the Heat when on a scoring spree and caught up with the Pacers. With three minutes left the Pacers got three personal fouls and two technical fouls. Now the game is tied at 88. The teams go back and forth with tying the game, but eventually the Pacers take the lead after George Hill scored three out of his three free-throws. And after stealing the ball twice in a row from Lebron James, the Pacers win 97-93.

Game 3 will be in Indiana at Bankers Life Field house Sunday May 26th, at 8:30 where the Pacers will try and take the lead in the series.


Written by maddiedeckers

May 25, 2013 at 10:53 pm

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  1. Paul George playing sensational giving LeBron James all he can handle


    May 25, 2013 at 11:54 pm

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