2018-19 Season vs Indiana

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Feb. 2, 2019
LOSS: 95-88
Although Dwyane Wade got to the basket with relative ease and finished plays at the rim in the first half, his biggest contribution came in the third quarter when he hit some big threes to help get Miami back in the game. In all, Wade led the HEAT with 21 points on 7-of-15 shooting, including 3-of-6 from deep, and also amassed six boards, four assists, a block and a team-high plus-13 rating.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT vs Pacers
Nov. 16, 2018
LOSS: 99-91
From the opening tip, Josh Richardson was locked in from downtown, as he tied a career high with seven made triples. Additionally, the 25-year-old led the HEAT with 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting in the fourth and did all he could to try and shift momentum his team’s way. On the flip side of the ball, Richardson played hard-nosed defense against both Bojan Bogdanović and Victor Oladipo for most of the evening. When it was all said and done, Richardson recorded a game-high 28 points on 10-of-16 shooting, including a crazy 7-of-10 from long-range, four boards, two assists and a steal.

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Nov. 9, 2018
LOSS: 110-102
Kelly Olynyk kept the Pacers guessing for most of the night, but in particular the 7-footer showed his versatility in the second quarter with 14 points on 5-of-6 shooting off a couple treys, some crafty finishes inside and a huge jam thanks to a great feed from Josh Richardson. When it was all said and done, Olynyk tallied a season-high 20 points on 6-of-8 shooting and also had four rebounds and two assists.

2017-18 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT vs Pacers
March 25, 2018
LOSS: 113-107 (OT)
Tyler Johnson literally couldn’t miss in the first quarter and hit all four of his shots from deep, including one off a great steal and dish from Josh Richardson. When it was all said and done, TJ led the HEAT with 19 points on 7-of-10 shooting and also had four assists, three rebounds and a team-high plus-11 rating.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT vs Pacers
Jan. 10, 2018
WIN: 114-106
Although Hassan Whiteside had himself a nice start and mixed things up with nifty hook shots and aggressive dives to the rim, he got into some foul trouble. Then the fourth quarter happened. In the period, Whiteside continued to set great screens and made winning plays on both ends in crunch time. When it was all said and done, Whiteside amassed 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting and recorded game highs in rebounds (15), blocks (four) and plus-minus rating (plus-14). Talk about a complete effort.

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Nov. 19, 2017
LOSS: 120-95
Despite the loss, Josh Richardson had a solid game on both ends. Throughout the contest, the 24-year-old varied up his approach against Indiana with aggressive takes to the basket and some of his usual shots from the perimeter. On the flip side of the ball, Richardson did a nice job of defending Victor Oladipo, Darren Collison and Bojan Bogdanović. Richardson finished with 15 points on 7-of-13 shooting, two assists and two steals.

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Oct. 21, 2017
WIN: 112-108
After an uneven showing in the season opener against the Magic, the dynamic backcourt duo of Goran Dragić and Dion Waiters made amends in a big way. How so? Let’s review Dragić’s performance: Behind-the-back finishes in transition? Check. Nifty passes? Of course. Treys? Yup, two of them to be exact. You name it; he did it. In addition to his team-high 23 points on 9-of-13 shooting, the Slovenian also amassed five boards and three assists. Waiters, on the other hand, primarily attacked the basket and came through with some very difficult finishes at the rim. While he might have had more impressive plays, none were as important as a steal and score he had with less than two minutes to play. Waiters finished with 19 points on 8-of-16 shooting, two assists, two steals and a block.

2016-17 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT vs Pacers
Mar. 12, 2017
LOSS: 102-98
Hassan Whiteside had a quick start to the contest and never looked back. After helping Miami narrow the gap in the second quarter with nine points and five boards, the big fella carried over his sharp play into the third. As a whole, Whiteside gave the HEAT a bunch of second-chance opportunities and tied a career high with 10 offensive boards against Indiana. Not to mention, he mixed up his offensive approach with some nifty drives and powerful dunks. In addition to his 26 points on 11-of-21 shooting and 21 rebounds, Whiteside also swatted a shot.

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Feb. 25, 2017
WIN: 113-95
To put it simply, Dion Waiters was in attack mode from start to finish against the Pacers. Time and time again, the 25-year-old got a step on his man and converted tough finishes at the rim. Later in the game, Waiters got hot from the perimeter and drilled a 3-pointer that essentially sealed the deal with 1:23 remaining in the fourth. In addition to his 22 points on 8-of-15 shooting, the former Syracuse star also tallied three assists and two rebounds.

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Dec. 14, 2016
WIN: 95-89
With the size advantage on Myles Turner, Hassan Whiteside went to work early and often in the post. In fact, the 7-footer tallied a double-double before halftime and absolutely feasted on the offensive glass. In addition to some of his usual put-backs, Whiteside also converted some smooth hook-shots and a few thunderous alley-oop jams. While Whiteside did the majority of his damage in the first half, he got the team started off on the right foot against Indiana. In addition to his 26 points on 10-of-16 shooting and 22 rebounds (six offensive), the former Marshall standout also blocked two shots.

2015-16 Season vs Indiana

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Feb. 22, 2016
WIN: 101-93 (OT)
As been the case since the All-Star break, Goran Dragic remained in control of the offense and had a very good outing. In particular on Monday night, the point guard mixed it up with aggressive takes to the rack and shots from the perimeter. The Slovenian scored 10 of his 24 points in the second quarter and was the catalyst on an 11-0 run to close the first half. As the game progressed however, Dragic continued to keep pressure on the Pacers. In addition to his team-leading 24 points, the 29-year-old also tallied eight rebounds and five assists. Hassan Whiteside, meanwhile, played very well in regulation on Monday night, but he really came up big in the overtime period. Towards the beginning of overtime, he hustled for a huge rebound to get a fast break started for the HEAT. Shortly thereafter, he swatted Paul George inside for one of his six blocks. In all, Whiteside totaled 19 points and 18 rebounds (six offensive) on the evening.

Pacers vs HEAT
Pacers vs HEAT
Jan. 4, 2016
WIN: 103-100 (OT)
With the HEAT down late in the game, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh answered the call. The two combined for 24 points in the fourth quarter and overtime period combined and willed the team to victory. Early on, Bosh primarily attacked the rim and got to the free throw line often. That, of course, was before he nailed a huge three off the pick-and-pop with Goran Dragic to give Miami a 93-92 lead with 1:03 left in the fourth. Soon thereafter, Bosh fought hard for an offensive board in overtime and hit one of two free throws to give the HEAT the lead for good. Bosh finished the game with 31 points and 11 rebounds. Wade, meanwhile started to assert himself a bit more in the third quarter with Paul George starting to find the range. The vet attacked the teeth of Indiana’s defense, worked well in the post and fought hard on the glass in the period. As a result, Wade scored 13 of his 27 points in the third to cut the Pacers’ lead to eight entering the fourth quarter. In that quarter, the 33-year-old converted a layup at the end of regulation to send the game to overtime. In addition to his 27 points, Wade also tallied eight boards and three assists on Monday night.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT vs Pacers
Dec. 11, 2015
LOSS: 96-83
Entering a hostile environment on the road, Miami’s leaders made sure to start the game off quickly. Both Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh were very aggressive in the first half, as the duo connected on a number of midrange jumpers. In addition to his barrage from the perimeter, Wade also hit a few floaters and set up his teammates very well. In particular, both he and Hassan Whiteside ran the pick-and-roll to perfection early on in the third quarter. Bosh, meanwhile, did the majority of his damage from the perimeter and scored eight of his team-leading 23 points in the fourth. He also came up big on the glass and made a few nice plays defensively. In addition to his 23 points, Bosh also nabbed 10 rebounds on the night. Wade, on the other hand, had 20 points, five rebounds and five assists.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT vs Pacers
Nov. 6, 2015
LOSS: 90-87
Even with all the energy Justise Winslow had to exert by guarding Paul George, he still fared very well on the offensive end for Miami. In particular, the rookie made strides in the all-important fourth quarter, where he scored seven of his 13 points. Winslow played nearly the entire quarter and put it all on the line against the Pacers. His effort and energy on both ends enabled the HEAT to stay in the game. Chris Bosh, meanwhile, did his usual damage from the perimeter throughout the game, but he also got to the free-throw line quite often. Bosh totaled 21 points, 11 boards, two assists and a steal.

2014-15 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
Apr. 5, 2015
LOSS: 89-112
Despite the loss, Dwyane Wade did all he could to try and come away with a win. On the offensive end, Dwyane Wade mixed it up against the Pacers with some aggressive drives and tough mid-range jumpers. Wade finished the game with 27 points, three assists and two steals. Miami had success early on at getting some easy buckets in transition, especially when Goran Dragić was on the floor. Ever since Dragić joined the team, the HEAT have played a bit faster. Dragić finished with 15 points and five assists. Earlier in the game, the HEAT went with a 2-3 zone in the second quarter, and while the Pacers got some threes to go at first, it started to slow Indiana down a bit as the quarter progressed. Unfortunately, the Pacers started to knock down those treys again at a high rate in the second half. James Ennis was very active on both ends and finished with 17 points and five boards on the night.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs. HEAT
Jan. 23, 2015
WIN: 87-89
Luol Deng was locked-in all game and moved very well without the ball as usual mixing it up with some mid-range jumpers, 3-pointers, and tough finishes in the post. In all, Deng had 23 points on a very efficient 9-of-13 shooting, five boards and three assists. For the third-consecutive game, Shabazz Napier was the first guard off the bench for the HEAT. Napier dished out some nice passes and looked very comfortable in the offense. Napier finished with three points, three assists and a steal in just under 22 minutes of action. After racing out to a big lead in the first half, the HEAT grinded out a win in the fourth quarter against the Pacers. Indiana made a run late in the third that enabled it to get back into the game. However, Luol Deng, Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers hit some tough baskets down the stretch to help lead Miami to victory. Dwyane Wade also contested a three-point attempt from George Hill very well which would have tied the game with 30 seconds left. Earlier in the game, the HEAT shared the basketball and displayed great ball movement, which broke down Indiana’s defense. Chris Andersen was excellent on the glass on Friday night, as he grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds and scored four points.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
Dec. 31, 2014
LOSS: 95-106
Despite the loss, Chris Bosh fought hard down the stretch and did all he could to try and leave Indiana with a victory. Bosh hit two big 3-pointers in the fourth quarter that kept the HEAT within striking distance. In all, Bosh scored 18 points on 50 percent shooting and grabbed eight boards. Chris Andersen has thrived as a starter for the first time in his career and had a great start on Wednesday afternoon. Andersen scored eight points and grabbed six boards in his first ten minutes of action, as he was very active. He continued that throughout the game and did all the dirty work inside, especially on the defensive end. On one possession in the third quarter, Andersen blocked Solomon Hill and Roy Hibbert back-to-back. Andersen finished the game with 11 points, seven rebounds and two blocks. Hassan Whiteside also played very well. Whiteside had a great stretch at the end of the second quarter where he cleaned up misses, worked well in the post and protected the rim. In all, Whitside had six points, seven boards and three blocks.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
Nov. 12, 2014
LOSS: 81-75
Dwyane Wade did a lot of damage in the post and was pretty aggressive all game and finished with 20 points and three assists. With 10:08 left in the second quarter, Shabazz Napier drove into the lane past A.J. Price and found Josh McRoberts cutting in from the left baseline. McRoberts then rose up and finished the one-handed slam over Ian Mahinmi to put the HEAT up 28-26. Another great play came when Donald Sloan thought he had an easy layup in transition, but James Ennis blocked it with two hands and pinned it on the backboard. Shawne Williams continued to find the range from deep on Wednesday night. In all, Williams nailed four 3-pointers and scored 15 points. Chris Andersen returned to the lineup after a five-game absenceplaying solid defense on Roy Hibbert and making shots difficult for him.

2013-14 Eastern Conference Finals vs Indiana

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
May 30, 2014
WIN: 92-117
The Miami HEAT are the first team to advance to four straight NBA Finals since the 1984-87 Boston Celtics. In the end, homecourt advantage did not matter for the Miami HEAT. The HEAT never let it get to that point, defeating the Indiana Pacers in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat won the best of seven series 4-2 and will play the San Antonio Spurs or Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals. Miami led for the majority of the way behind 25 points, six assists and four rebounds from LeBron James. Chris Bosh finished with 25 points and eight assists while Rashard Lewis and Mario Chalmers each added 13. The HEAT led by many as 37 in a series that was supposed to be competitive after last year's conference finals. This time, the HEAT made quick work of Pacers. It was the third straight year Miami eliminated Indiana.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
May 28, 2014
LOSS: 90-93
The Miami HEAT fell to the Indiana Pacers 93-90 Wednesday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Chris Bosh led the way for the HEAT with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Miami now leads the series 3-2. With LeBron James in foul trouble for a majority of the game, Dwyane Wade did his best to make up for it. Wade shot 7-of-14 for 18 points and led the charge on a late run in the fourth quarter. Wade did damage from the post early on before hitting two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter when Miami really needed it. Despite the loss, Miami’s role players stepped up in a big way once again. Rashard Lewis shot 6-of-9 from beyond the arc for 18 points and grabbed four rebounds. Ray Allen finished with 15 points on 5-of-11 shooting, including 3-of-6 from downtown.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
May 26, 2014
WIN: 90-102
James scored a game-high 32 points and had 10 rebounds to lead the Miami HEAT to a victory over the Indiana Pacers in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals Monday. The HEAT now lead the best-of-7 series 3-1. James silenced Pacers guard Lance Stephenson, who a day earlier made off-the-court headlines. Stephenson said he felt James was weakening after responding to trash talk in Game 3. In the end, it was Stephenson who came up short. The HEAT led by eight after the first quarter behind a fast start from center Chris Bosh, who had a breakout game. Bosh finished with 25 points, going 3-for-5 from the 3-point arc. HEAT guard Dwyane Wade added 15 points while Ray Allen had nine. Norris Cole chipped in with seven points.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
May 24, 2014
WIN: 87-99
The Miami HEAT improved to 6-0 at home during the 2014 playoffs. Miami needed to rally from a 15-point, first-half deficit to capture the win. They did it behind LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and a strong defensive effort. James finished with a game-high 26 points while Wade added 23 points and four assists. Guard Ray Allen also had 16 points, going 4-for-4 from the 3-point arc. The HEAT fell behind 17-4 early and then trailed 37-22 in the second quarter. Things changed when the HEAT turned up the defensive pressure. Miami got back into the game by forcing turnovers on five straight Pacers possessions. The HEAT finally grabbed the lead, 52-51, on a dunk by James with 7:36 left in the third quarter and never looked back.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
May 20, 2014
WIN: 87-83
A familiar scenario played out in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Indiana put forth a gritty effort and put itself in position to win, but Miami had the two best players on the floor. James and Wade took over down the stretch to carry Miami to a victory Tuesday that squared the series 1-1 and gave the HEAT homecourt advantage heading back to American Airlines Arena for Games 3 and 4. James scored 12 of his 22 in the fourth quarter, while Wade had 10 of his 23, including a reverse dunk on a feed from James that put the HEAT up 86-78 with 21.6 seconds remaining. Miami got late 3s from Chris Bosh (9 points) and Norris Cole (11 points) to stop Indiana's run and help give momentum to the HEAT heading into the fourth. Chris Andersen had a postseason-high 12 rebounds for Miami.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
May 18, 2014
LOSS: 96-107
The Pacers took a 10-point lead in the opening minutes and never trailed, leading by as many as 19. LeBron James, who had 25 points, 10 rebounds and five assists, and Dwyane Wade, who had 27 points on 12-of-18 shooting, tried to rally the HEAT but we unable to do so. Chris Andersen had 14 points, Ray Allen finished with 12 points, and Chris Bosh had nine points and two rebounds. Miami is 0-3 on the road in Game 1s during the LeBron James era, also dropping the opener in Chicago in the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals and in Oklahoma City in the 2012 NBA Finals. In both those instances, the HEAT bounced back to win the next four games.

2013-14 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
Apr. 11, 2014
WIN: 86-98
The Miami HEAT regained the top seed in the Eastern Conference after defeating the Indiana Pacers 98-86 Friday at American Airlines Arena. LeBron James led all scorers with 36 points, six rebounds and five assists, allowing the HEAT to even the season series at 2. The HEAT led most of the way before taking control early in the third quarter. Five players scored in double-figures for the Heat, including Mario Chalmers (13 points), Chris Bosh (10), Ray Allen (10) and Udonis Haslem (11). Miami led by as many as 23 in the second half before the Pacers made a run to start the fourth quarter. The HEAT eventually pulled away with a 16-0 run.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
Mar. 26, 2014
LOSS: 83-84
LeBron James led the way for the HEAT with 38 points, eight rebounds and five assists. The HEAT put together a 15-2 run late in the third quarter, keyed by 3-pointers from Rashard Lewis and Norris Cole, to take a 68-61 lead. But Paul George had two strong dunks early in the fourth as the Pacers took a 76-72 lead. But after scoring the final bucket of that run, Lance Stephenson stared down Dwyane Wade and was hit with his second technical foul and automatic ejection. Miami immediately put together an 8-0 burst for an 80-76 lead with 3:23 remaining but the Pacers gathered themselves down the stretch, limiting the HEAT to just one bucket the rest of the way. Miami clinched the Southeast Division with Washington's 99-93 loss to Phoenix.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
Dec. 18, 2013
WIN: 94-97
Wade scored a game-high 32 points on 15-for-25 shooting. James was a game-time decision for the HEAT after spraining his ankle Monday against the Utah Jazz. He wasn't 100 percent but still finished with 24 points, nine rebounds and seven assists. With his ankle bothering him, James led the bulk of the scoring load to Wade. He combined to take more shots than James and center Chris Bosh, who finished with 15 points and eight rebounds. The Pacers had a chance at the lead late, but it went awry when George Hill turned the ball over on a pass with 14 seconds left. Allen made two free throws with 10.3 seconds remaining to put Miami up by three, and that capped the scoring.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
Dec. 10, 2013
LOSS: 84-90
The Miami HEAT fell to the Indiana Pacers 90-84 Tuesday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The HEAT held a first half lead but were unable to maintain their production in the second half. Dwyane Wade and LeBron James each scored 17 points with James getting 14 rebounds and six assists. Chris Bosh added 12 points while Chris Andersen added 10.

2012-13 Eastern Conference Finals vs Indiana

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
Jun. 3, 2013
WIN: 76-99
LeBron James scored a game-high 32 points and the Miami HEAT got double-figure scoring games from Dwyane Wade and Ray Allen in a victory against the Indiana Pacers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals. James also finished with eight rebounds and four assists, but he was far from alone in the effort. Wade scored 21 points on 7-for-16 shooting. Allen added 10 points, including three 3-pointers, and Chris Bosh had nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks. The HEAT led by as many as 28 in the second half, ending a surprise season for the Pacers. The HEAT won the series 4-3 and advance to the Finals to face the San Antonio Spurs.

HEAT @ Pacers
June 1, 2013
LOSS: 77-91
For the fifth time in franchise history, the Indiana Pacers are one victory away from the NBA Finals as they defated the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the Eastern Finals. That sets up Game 7 in Miami, with the HEAT seeking their third consecutive berth in the NBA Finals and the Pacers their second ever -- and first since 2000. The Pacers limited Miami to 36-percent shooting and dominated things inside, winning the rebounding battle 53-33 and outscoring the HEAT 44-22 in the paint. LeBron James scored 29 with seven rebounds and six assists. Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh combined for 15 points on 4-for-16 shooting.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
May 30, 2013
WIN: 79-90
LeBron James scored 16 of his game-high 30 points in the third quarter to lead the Miami HEAT to a 90-79 comeback victory against the Indiana Pacers in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals to take a 3-2 series lead. Miami trailed most of the game before taking control in the third quarter. Led by James, they quickly erased a four-point halftime deficit and are now just one victory from advancing to the NBA Finals for a third straight season. The winner of this matchup will play the San Antonio Spurs in the Finals. James made 13-for-26 from the field, including three 3-pointers. He also had eight rebounds and six assists. With Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade combining for just 17 points, the HEAT received big lifts from Udonis Haslem and Mario Chalmers. Haslem scored 16 points on 8-for-9 shooting, while Chalmers had 12 points and six assists.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
May 28, 2013
LOSS: 92-99
Roy Hibbert scored a huge three-point play with 1:30 remaining as Indiana outscored Miami 13-3 in the final five minutes to pull out a victory in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals. Hibbert followed his own miss and drew LeBron James' fifth foul to put Indiana up 94-89 and Stephenson answered James' 3-pointer with a strong drive into traffic. James fouled out on the next possession, the result of an illegal screen against Stephenson, leaving Miami without its closer. James scored 24 but did little damage in the post after being dominant there in Game 3. Mario Chalmers scored 20 and Dwyane Wade 16 for the HEAT. The series is tied 2-2.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
May 26, 2013
WIN: 114-96
Udonis Haslem (17 points), Mario Chalmers (14) and Chris Andersen (nine) combined for 40 points on 16-for-19 shooting as the Miami HEAT put on a dominant performance in routing the Indiana Pacers in Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead in the Eastern finals. LeBron James scored 18 of his 22 points to set the tone in Miami's 70-point first half, and the role-players took it from there.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
May 24, 2013
LOSS: 97-93
Roy Hibbert had 29 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Indiana Pacers to a victory against the Miami HEAT in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. The series is now tied at 1-1 as it heads back to Indiana. Miami grabbed its first lead, 79-78, on a LeBron James jumpshot with 10:46 left in the game but it was short-lived. The Pacers quickly regained the advantage and held off several late runs by the Heat to steal homecourt advantage in the series. James led the HEAT with 36 points, eight rebounds and three assists.

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
May 22, 2013
WIN: 102-103
LeBron James hit a running layup as time expired to lead the Miami HEAT to a 103-102 overtime victory against the Indiana Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. James finished with a game-high 30 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists for his ninth career triple-double in the playoffs. The Pacers appeared on the path to an upset in the opening game after Paul George, who was fouled by Dwyane Wade, hit three free throws with 2.2 seconds remaining to make it 102-101. After a timeout, James caught the ball near the foul line and drove past George for the easy layup to clinch the victory. The HEAT had five players score in double-figures, including Chris Bosh (17), Wade (19), Mario Chalmers (10) and Chris Andersen (16).

2012-13 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs Pacers
Pacers vs HEAT
Mar. 10, 2013
WIN: 91-105
It was the HEAT's 18th straight victory, improving their franchise-record streak. It also now is the longest in winning streak in the NBA this season, surpassing the Los Angeles Clippers. After losing the first two games in the series, the HEAT dominated the Pacers in the final regular season meeting between the teams. Miami did it despite an off night from forward LeBron James, who finished with just 13 points. Mario Chalmers scored a game-high 26 points on 7 of 9 shooting, including five 3-pointers. Chris Bosh finished with 24 points and three rebounds while Dwyane Wade added 23 points and a season-high six steals. The HEAT led by as many as 23 in the second half before the Pacers made a late rally.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
Feb 1, 2013
LOSS: 89-102
James finished with 28 points, six rebounds and three assists. Wade added 17 points, six rebounds and five assists. Bosh had 13 points and only two rebounds, partly because of foul trouble. But the rest of the team combined for 31 points, 11 from Shane Battier, and 15 rebounds.

HEAT vs Pacers
HEAT @ Pacers
Jan. 8, 2013
LOSS: 77-87
Dwyane Wade scored 30 points and James had 22 points and 10 rebounds for Miami. Chris Bosh contributed by scoring 14 points. It was the first time the teams had met since Miami beat the Pacers in six games in the conference semifinals last year.

2011-12 Playoffs: Round 2 vs Indiana

HEAT @ Pacers
May 24, 2012
WIN: 105-93
The Miami HEAT earned the 105-93 victory over the Indiana Pacers to win the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals 4-2. Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 26 first half points, with 20 of the points coming in the second quarter. The HEAT held onto a 70-69 lead with 1:19 remaining in the third quarter before scoring nine points in the final minute to extend the lead to 10 going into the final quarter. Wade finished with 41 points and 10 rebounds, while LeBron James contributed 28 points, seven assists and six rebounds.

Pacers vs HEAT
May 22, 2012
WIN: 115-83
The HEAT built an early 11 point lead and took a 26-20 lead going into the second quarter. With 4:14 remaining in the half, the HEAT held onto a 40-38 advantage before going on a 9-2 run to take a nine-point lead into halftime. The HEAT's advantage grew as high as 37 points in the fourth quarter before earning the 115-83 victory. James finished with 30 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists, while Wade had 28 points and Mario Chalmers corralled a career-high 11 rebounds.

HEAT @ Pacers
May 20, 2012
WIN: 101-93
The Miami HEAT evened up the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals series at 2-2. The Pacers started the game on a 9-0 run and took a 25-18 lead into the second quarter. They continued their second half dominance by combining for 15 fourth quarter points, with a major contribution of 10 final quarter points from Udonis Haslem on the way to the 101-93 victory. James had 40 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists, which hasn't been accomplished in the postseason since Elgin Baylor did it in 1961. Wade finished with 30 points, nine rebounds and six assists as Udonis Haslem poured in 14 points.

HEAT @ Pacers
May 17, 2012
LOSS: 94-75
The Miami HEAT lost to the Indiana Pacers on the road, and are now down 2-1 in the Eastern Conference Semi Finals. LeBron James paced the HEAT to a 26-17 lead after the first quarter by pouring in 11 points and grabbing four rebounds. The Pacers answered by outscoring the HEAT 26-17 in the second quarter to tie the game at 43 at the half. James finished with 22 points and seven rebounds, while Mario Chalmers led the HEAT with 25 points, six rebounds, five assists and zero turnovers.

Pacers vs. HEAT
May 15, 2012
LOSS: 78-75
The Indiana Pacers defeated the Miami HEAT in a down to the wire game to tie the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals 1-1. After the Pacers opened up with a 16-9 lead, the HEAT went on a 24-8 run. The HEAT took a 38-33 advantage into halftime behind LeBron James' 12 first half points, while George Hill led the Pacers with 10 points. The HEAT were led by James' 28 points, nine rebounds, six steals and five assists while Wade finished with 24 points for the HEAT.

Pacers vs. HEAT
May 13, 2012
WIN: 95-86
The Miami HEAT beat the Indiana Pacers 95-86 to take a 1-0 advantage in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals. The Pacers jumped out to a 13-4 lead with 6:46 remaining in the opening quarter. The HEAT then went on a 16-8 run and cut their deficit to 23-20 going into the second quarter. The HEAT were never able to gain a lead in the second quarter as the Pacers took a 48-42 lead into halftime. James finished with 32 points, 15 rebounds and five assists while Wade contributed with 29 points of his own.

2011-12 Season vs Indiana

HEAT @Pacers
Mar. 262012
LOSS: 105-90
The Pacers emerged with a confidence-building victory. Danny Granger scored a game-high 25 and Darren Collison 20 as Indiana led most of the way in rolling to a 105-90 victory over the Heat before 17,415 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Mar. 10, 2012
WIN: 93-91
Guard Dwyane Wade hit a 19-foot jumper with one-tenths of a second remaining to give the Miami Heat a 93-91 overtime victory against the Indiana Pacers on Saturday at AmericanAirlines Arena.

Pacers vs. HEAT
Feb. 14, 2012
WIN: 105-90
Miami isn't just winning games. It is routinely dispatching opponents with a methodical precision that bespeaks a team on a mission. This one was over by halftime, when Miami rolled up 68 points and a 29-point lead on its way to a 105-90 dismantling of Indiana on Tuesday before a sellout crowd of 18,165 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. LeBron James scored 23 with nine rebounds, seven assists and four steals and Norris Cole matched his career high for 20 off the bench as Miami (23-7) swept an all-road back-to-back-to-back and ran its win streak to four games with an average margin of 17.5 points.

Pacers vs. HEAT
Jan. 4, 2012
WIN: 118-83
LeBron James (33 points, 13 assists, eight boards) gave the Pacers a decidedly un-warm welcome to Miami in the HEAT's 118-83 win on Wednesday night. Chris Bosh added 22 points while James Jones and Mario Chalmers each scored 14. Dwyane Wade, resting a left foot contusion, supported his teammates from sideline.

2010-11 Season vs Indiana

HEAT @ Pacers
Feb. 15, 2011
WIN: 110-103
The Miami HEAT had one of their greatest quarters of the season Tuesday night, outscoring the Indiana Pacers 41-19 in the opening stanza. But they could not sustain the spectacular as the Pacers won the next two quarters behind 53 bench points to take a one-point lead headed into the fourth.

Pacers @ HEAT
Feb. 8, 2011
WIN: 117-112
LeBron James had another complete game, notching 41 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists as the HEAT rallied in the fourth quarter for a 117-112 home victory over the Pacers on Tuesday. Chris Bosh scored 19 points and Dwyane Wade added 17. James netted 26 points in the first half.

Pacers @ HEAT
Nov. 22, 2010
LOSS: 93-77
With Udonis Haslem out of the lineup and Dwyane Wade returning to the lineup, the HEAT suffered a 93-77 home loss to the Pacers on Monday night. Wade had just three points in 37 minutes. LeBron James scored a team-high 25 points, while Chris Bosh added 21 points and 11 rebounds.

2009-10 Season vs Indiana

HEAT @ Pacers
April 2, 2010
WIN: 105 - 96
Dwyane Wade (43 points) caught fire in the second half as the HEAT rallied to force overtime en route to their seventh consecutive win, a 105-96 road victory over the Pacers on Friday. Wade, who made 14-of-22 shots, added nine rebounds, six assists, three blocks and three steals. Michael Beasley scored 12 points for the HEAT, who swept the Pacers 4-0 this season.

Pacers @ HEAT
Jan 19, 2010
WIN: 113-83
Dwyane Wade was 10-for-15 and scored 25 points in the first half which broke open the permanent, double-digit lead in the HEAT's 113-83 runaway win over the Pacers. Wade ended the night with 32 points and Michael Beasley added 21 with 10 rebounds in Tuesday's home game. Miami will hit the road again to face the Bobcats on Wednesday. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Sun Sports.

Pacers @ HEAT
Dec. 27, 2009
WIN: 114-80
The HEAT opened the game with a 23-5 run and never looked back in a 114-80 home win over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night. Dwyane Wade's 25 points led the way while Jermaine O'Neal scored 19 and Michael Beasley added 16 for Miami's third-straight victory.

HEAT @ Pacers
October 30, 2009
WIN: 96-83
Dwyane Wade and Jermaine O'Neal were too much for the Pacers Friday night as the HEAT won 96-83 in Indiana. Wade scored 32 points while O'Neal provided his second double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds.

2008-09 Season vs Indiana

HEAT @ Pacers
March 25, 2009
LOSS: 90-88
Udonis Haslem scored 18 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for his 19th double-double of the season, but Dwayne Wade's three-pointer at the buzzer didn't fall and the HEAT lost 90-88 Wednesday, the team's 14th straight loss in Indiana. Wade scored 21, but had an off night shooting (five of 24) and the HEAT could not overcome an 11-0 run by the Pacers in the fourth quarter.

HEAT @ Pacers
January 30, 2009
LOSS: 114-103
Dwyane Wade led the night with 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds, but the HEAT dropped one on the road to the Indiana Pacers 114-103 Friday night. Mark Blount came off the bench and added 17 points and eight rebounds. Michael Beasley had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.

Pacers @ HEAT
November 22, 2008
WIN: 109-100
Dwyane Wade has been nothing short of spectacular this season. After erupting for 40 points in his last game, Wade poured in 38 on Saturday and slammed home a pivotal ferocious dunk with just over two minutes left to help Miami secure a 109-100 triumph over visiting Indiana. Shawn Marion added 18 points and nine rebounds.

2007-08 Season vs Indiana

HEAT @ Pacers
March 31, 2008
LOSS: 105-85
Four of the newest members of the HEAT took top scoring honors Monday night in Miami's 105-85 loss to the Pacers. Daequan Cook led with 16 points while Kasib Powell and Chris Quinn had 15 apiece. A fourth D-League alum, Blake Ahearn, added eight as the HEAT wrapped up their four-game road trip.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Jan. 26, 2008
WIN: 98-96
Dwyane Wade scored the last seven points for Miami as the HEAT held off a late surge by the Indiana Pacers to post a 98-96 home victory on Saturday. Wade finished with 35 points, Mark Blount contributed 19, while Dorell Wright added 14 points and 10 rebounds. Jason Williams had a career-best six steals.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Dec. 15, 2007
LOSS: 106-103
Dwyane Wade missed a potential game-tying trey at the buzzer as the HEAT lost at home to the Pacers, 106-103, on Saturday. Wade and Udonis Haslem finished with 24 points apiece.

HEAT @ Pacers
November 02, 2007
LOSS: 87-85
New addition Ricky Davis scored 13 and grabbed 14 rebounds, but the HEAT fell on the road, 87-85, against the Pacers Friday night. Shaquille O'Neal fouled out with 1:28 left and the game tied at 82.

2006-07 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs. Pacers
April 13, 2007
WIN: 100-96
With Miami down by three entering the fourth quarter, Dwyane Wade scored 14 of his 23 points to lead the HEAT to a 100-96 home victory over the Pacers on Friday. Shaquille O' Neal added 21 points on 10-of-12 shooting from the field and pulled down eight rebounds.

HEAT @ Pacers
March 23, 2007
LOSS: 95-70
The HEAT fell behind early and were never able to bounce back, dropping a 95-70 decision to the Pacers on Friday. Shaquille O'Neal scored 13, while Chris Quinn added nine. Michael Doleac posted seven points and pulled down a team-high nine rebounds.

HEAT @ Pacers
January 24, 2007
LOSS: 96-94
Miami led by as many as 20 points in the third quarter Wednesday, but needed Dwyane Wade's 3-pointer with 17.7 seconds left in the fourth to force overtime, where it fell 96-94 at the Pacers. Wade had 32 points after missing one game with a sore ankle and Shaquille O'Neal scored five in 14 minutes off the bench in his first game back from knee surgery.

HEAT vs. Pacers
January 18, 2007
WIN: 104-101
Despite a late fouth-quarter run by Indiana, Miami held on for a 104-101 home victory on Thursday night. Dwyane Wade led five players in double figures with 33 points, while Jason Williams finished with 20 points and eight assists. Alonzo Mourning posted 14 points and a game-high three blocks.

2005-06 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs. Pacers
March 27, 2006
WIN: 96-91
Shaquille O'Neal scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half as the HEAT erased a 14-point deficit in a 96-91 home win over Indiana on Monday. O'Neal shot 6-of-10 from the field and 11-of-14 from the foul line to go with 11 rebounds. Dwyane Wade added 22 points, eight boards and five assists, while Jason Williams scored 11 of his 18 in the third quarter.

HEAT @ Pacers
Nov. 9, 2005
LOSS: 95-90
The HEAT held a one-point lead with under a minute to play, but couldn't hold down the Pacers in Wednesday's 95-90 loss at Indiana. Miami had a chance to tie with under 10 seconds to play, but Antoine Walker's 3-point attempt didn't go down. Dwyane Wade paced Miami with 29 points and Udonis Haslem added 19 points and 11 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Nov. 3, 2005
LOSS: 105-102
The HEAT staged a valiant comeback on Thursday night, but ultimately fell to the Pacers 105-102. Miami trailed by as many as 14 points before starting its fourth quarter rally behind Dwyane Wade, who scored 13 of his 31 points in the final period. He also dished out 10 assists and grabbed six rebounds. Shaquille O'Neal injured his right ankle in the final period, but preliminary X-rays came back negative.

2004-05 Season vs Indiana

HEAT vs. Pacers
Apr. 17, 2005
WIN: 84-80
Damon Jones hit a big 3-pointer with 2:31 remaining to help Miami secure an 84-80 victory over Indiana at AmericanAirlines Arena. Alonzo Mourning, filling in for Shaquille O'Neal, delivered a pair of key blocks down the stretch. O'Neal bruised his right quadriceps late in the second quarter and did not return. Eddie Jones led the HEAT with 17 points and 10 rebounds.

HEAT @ Pacers
Mar. 31, 2005
LOSS: 114-108
Stephen Jackson scored 29 points and knocked down a 3-pointer to force the extra period to help the Pacers defeat the HEAT, 114-108, in Indiana. The HEAT held a six-point lead, 92-86, with 1:48 remaining in the fourth but the Pacers scored five-straight points to make it a one-point contest with 29 seconds left. Dwyane Wade's jumper with 10 seconds to go gave Miami a 94-91 lead before Jackson buried a three with 0.2 seconds left to force overtime. The Pacers outscored the HEAT 20-14 in the extra session and handed Miami its second lost in three contests.

HEAT @ Pacers
Feb. 23, 2005
LOSS: 93-91
Dwyane Wade recorded 38 points, eight assists and five steals, but it wasn't enough as the HEAT dropped its second consecutive game, losing to the Indiana Pacers in overtime, 93-91, at Conseco Fieldhouse. The HEAT played without Shaquille O'Neal for the second straight game. After two Jermaine O'Neal made free throws, Indiana held an 87-85 advantage with 32 seconds remaining in regulation. Damon Jones forced the extra session when O'Neal was called for goaltending with 17 seconds left. In overtime, O'Neal took over for the Pacers, scoring all six of his team's points. His last field goal, a turnaround jumper with 11 seconds left, gave the Pacers a 93-91 lead. Wade had a chance to win the game for Miami, but his 3-pointer at the buzzer came up short. Udonis Haslem scored 11 points and grabbed a career-high 18 boards. The Pacers were led by Jermaine O'Neal's 29 points and 14 rebounds.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Jan. 21, 2005
LOSS: 106-100
Jamaal Tinsley scored 30 points, including a running jumper to send the game into overtime, to lead the Indiana Pacers past the Miami HEAT, 106-100, at the AmericanAirlines Arena. Miami, who was down by as many as 11 points in the first half, went on an 20-5 run to take its first lead since the 11:43 mark of the opening period, but Indiana still held a 47-46 edge into halftime. The HEAT once again found themselves in an another hole with 8:45 left in regulation, but Miami overcame the seven-point deficit by responding with a 9-0 run to reclaim the lead. The two teams had seven lead changes before Tinsley's 14-foot jumper sent the game into overtime. Reggie Miller scored eight of the Pacers' 13 points in the extra session, including a 3-pointer to seal the win. Jermaine O'Neal added 26 points and a game-high 14 rebounds. Dwyane Wade led the HEAT with 30 points, and Shaquille O'Neal added 24 points and 10 rebounds. Udonis Haslem recorded a double-double with 16 points and 11 boards.

2003-04 Season vs Indiana

2004 Playoffs, Round 2
HEAT vs. Pacers
May 18, 2004
LOSS: 73-70
Dwyane Wade's layup with 47 seconds left cut the gap to two, but Miami would get no closer en route to a 73-70 series-ending loss in Game 6 to Indiana on Tuesday. Lamar Odom posted 22 points, Eddie Jones notched 16 and Wade's 24 led the HEAT.

2004 Playoffs, Round 2
HEAT vs. Pacers
May 15, 2004
LOSS: 94-83
The Indiana Pacers took a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series with a 94-83 win over the HEAT. Miami kept things close in the first quarter, taking a 21-19 lead, with the help of Malik Allen, who came off the bench to score six points on 3-for-3 shooting in the first period. The HEAT struggled in the second quarter, getting outrebounded 17-7, and allowed Indiana to score 25 points to Miami's 18. With Indiana ahead 44-39 at halftime, the Pacers came out shooting to begin the third quarter. The Pacers began the frame on a 20-8 run, and went ahead by as many as 18 points, shooting 80.0% from the field. The Pacers outscored the HEAT 29-16 in the quarter. Things got no better for the HEAT in the fourth quarter, as the club could not cut the Pacer lead to under 15 points until 2:47 left in the frame. Eddie Jones hit two free throws in the closing seconds to cut the HEAT deficit to 11 points, the closest the club had been since 6:14 left in the third quarter. The Pacers shot 51.4% from the field, to the HEAT's 43.5%. Six HEAT players scored in double-figures, including all five starters. Lamar Odom recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Dwyane Wade also recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 assists.

2004 Playoffs, Round 2
HEAT vs. Pacers
May 12, 2004
WIN: 100-88
Lamar Odom scored 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds as the HEAT upended the Pacers 100-88 Wednesday in Game 4, knotting their Eastern Conference semifinal series at 2-2. Caron Butler added 21 points and 10 rebounds for Miami, which trailed by three at halftime. The HEAT travel back to Indiana for Game 5 at 8 p.m. Saturday (TNT).

2004 Playoffs, Round 2
HEAT @ Pacers
May 10, 2004
WIN: 94-87
The Miami HEAT took a step closer to evening the best-of-seven series with a 94-87 win over the Indiana Pacers. Miami began the game as they had the previous two, falling behind in the first quarter 20-14. But the HEAT staged a 9-0 run to begin the second period to take a three-point lead with 9:38 remaining. Malik Allen, who had scored a total of 18 points in seven playoff games so far this year, led the charge by scoring 10 (on 5-for-5 shooting) of his playoff career-high 13 points in the second quarter. The HEAT led by as many as six points before taking a 39-35 edge going into halftime. They outscored the Pacers 25-15 in the second frame. Miami continued to play hard in the third quarter, surging ahead by as many as nine points with 5:48 remaining, but Indiana fought back, with the help of Jermaine O'Neal's 11 points in the quarter to cut the deficit to four points headed into the fourth. Miami would continue to hold the lead until Indiana took a one-point lead with just 6:20 left in the game. Miami finished the game on a 24-16 run, helped in large part by Dwyane Wade, who scored 14 of his team-high 25 points in the fourth quarter. In that final run, Wade scored 10 points, while Caron Butler recorded eight points.

2004 Playoffs, Round 2
HEAT @ Pacers
May 8, 2004
LOSS: 91-80
The Indiana Pacers lead the HEAT, 2-0, in the best-of-seven series after a 91-80 victory at Conseco Fieldhouse. Miami kept things close in the first quarter with the help of Lamar Odom, who scored eight points on 4-of-5 shooting, and grabbed four boards in the quarter. The Pacers opened things up in the second quarter, leading by as many as nine points. The HEAT cut the lead to just five points with 10 second left in the first half, but Reggie Miller hit a three at the buzzer to put the Pacers in front by eight points. The HEAT continued to struggle in the third quarter, while the Pacers had a hot hand, shooting 52.6% in the frame. Ron Artest scored 10 points in the period to help Indiana go up by 15 points entering the final frame. The Pacers continued their dominance, surging ahead by 22 points with just under four minutes remaining. The HEAT cut the lead to 11 points by closing out the game on a 12-1 run. Lamar Odom recorded a double-double for the second time in this year's playoffs, with 19 points and 12 rebounds. His seven offensive rebounds ties for second place in HEAT playoff history. Dwyane Wade added 19 points. Indiana was led by Ron Artest's 20 points and Jermaine O'Neal and Al Harrington's nine rebounds apiece. The HEAT outscored the Pacers 42-26 in the paint.

2004 Playoffs, Round 2
HEAT @ Pacers
May 6, 2004
LOSS: 94-81
Dwyane Wade scored 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds, but the HEAT lost 94-81 Thursday in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Semifinals series. Caron Butler added 14 points and nine boards and Lamar Odom posted 12 and seven for Miami, which looks to even the series in Game 2 at 7 p.m. Saturday (ESPN).

HEAT @ Pacers
Mar. 28, 2004
LOSS: 87-80
The Indiana Pacers' Jermaine O'Neal led the Pacers to a victory over the Miami HEAT on Sunday, 87-80, with 23 points, 14 rebounds, and four blocked shots.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Feb. 8, 2004
LOSS: 97-91
Eddie Jones' trey with 3:48 to go cut the gap to two, but Miami got no closer in a 97-91 loss at Indiana on Sunday. Lamar Odom had 25 points, Jones finished with 21 and Dwyane Wade added 15 off the bench.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Jan. 5, 2004
LOSS: 87-65
Indiana forwards Ron Artest and Jermaine O'Neal scored 22 points each on Monday in leading the Pacers to a 87-65 victory over the HEAT at AmericanAirlines Arena. With the win, Indiana improves to 26-10 on the season, while the HEAT fall to 14-20. The HEAT had won six of its last seven home games prior to the game. Despite four Miami starters reaching double-figure scoring, including Brian Grant (14 points), Eddie Jones (12 points), Lamar Odom (11 points, 18 rebounds) and Caron Butler (10 points), the HEAT could not overcome a poor shooting night.

2002-03 Season vs Indiana

HEAT @ Pacers
Apr. 6th, 2003
Indiana placed five players in double-figures, including 15 points off the bench from Jonathan Bender as the Pacers defeated the HEAT 90-69 at Conseco Fieldhouse. In addition to Bender, Ron Artest scored 13 points, followed by Jermaine O'Neal's 12 points. Brad Miller and Reggie Miller each scored 11 points, while Jamaal Tinsley and Al Harrington each chipped in with eight points. Miami was led in scoring by Mike James, who netted 19 points off the bench. Brian Grant recorded his 30th double-double of the season after scoring 15 points and pulling down 10 rebounds.

HEAT vs Pacers
Jan. 27th, 2003
The Indiana Pacers recorded its third straight victory over Miami this season, posting a 102-95 victory at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Pacers defeated the HEAT 83-79 in the first meeting and 104-81 in second meeting. Reggie Miller led Indiana with 21points, five of which coming in the closing minute of the game. Miller connected on a three-pointer to give Indiana a 96-95 lead, followed by a backdoor lay-up, securing the win for the Pacers. The HEAT led 27-25 after the first quarter and 48-46 into halftime. The score would remain tied after three quarters, until the Pacers outscored the HEAT 32-23 in the fourth quarter. Caron Butler led Miami with 22 points, 14 in the first half on 7-of-17 shooting from the field. Travis Best had his best game versus his former team on Monday, scoring 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting from the field and a perfect 5-of-5 from the free-throw line. Malik Allen scored 14 points while Brian Grant scored 12 points. Grant also recorded 16 rebounds for his 17 double-double of the season and 27 double-figure rebounding game. Miami has lost the last five meetings overall for the first time in the series.

HEAT @ Pacers
Jan. 15th, 2003
The Indiana Pacers had four players reach double-figure scoring on Wednesday, including 21 points from Brad Miller and 18 points from Ron Artest as the HEAT fell for the second time this season 104-81 at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Jermaine O'Neal and Al Harrington chipped in with 13 points apiece to round out the double-figure scorers. Indiana shot 52.8 percent from the field on 38-of-72 shot attempts. Indiana also outrebounded the HEAT 38-33. Rasual Butler led Miami in scoring with a career and season high 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting from the field, including three, three-point field goals in his fourth consecutive start of the season. Sean Lampley and Malik Allen were the only other HEAT players to reach double-figures with 13 and 10 points respectively.

HEAT vs. Pacers
Nov. 5th, 2002
Jermaine O'Neals alley-oop dunk with 55 seconds remaining proved to be the difference maker, as the Indiana Pacers escaped with an 83-79 win over the Miami HEAT on Tuesday. The Pacers shot just 42 percent (28-of-67) from the field, but limited the HEAT to 35 percent (30-of-87). The score read 77-67 with 4:37 left in the fourth quarter, when the HEAT went on a 10-0 run, capped off by a pair of Brian Grant free-throws with 1:50 to play to knot the score at 77. Brad Miller led the Pacers with 28 points and fed O'Neal with the pass from the top of the key to break open the 77-77 tie. O'Neal finished with 22 points, including five blocked shots. Former Pacer and current HEAT guard Travis Best scored 16 points before spraining his right ankle with 10:26 to play and the HEAT ahead 65-63. Eddie Jones, who scored eight straight points in the HEAT's 10-0 run in the fourth quarter, scored 15 of his team high 17 points in the second half. Brian Grant pulled down 18 rebounds (five points), recording 48 over his last three games. Miami led 21-18 after one quarter, but Indiana took a 41-39 advantage into halftime and a 63-61 lead into the fourth quarter.

Miami HEAT VS. Indiana Pacers

2002-03 Season
04/06/03 AWAY 90-69 L JAMES - 19 BENDER - 15
01/27/03 HOME 102-95 L C. BUTLER - 22 R. MILLER - 21
01/15/03 AWAY 104-81 L R. BUTLER - 21 B. MILLER - 21
11/05/02 HOME 83-79 L JONES - 17 B. MILLER - 28
2001-02 Season
03/31/02 AWAY 100-81 L JONES - 15 ARTEST - 24
03/22/02 HOME 104-94 L JONES/MOURNING - 20 O'NEAL - 21
01/19/02 HOME 100-88 W JONES - 23 ROSE - 21
12/30/01 AWAY 86-80 L GRANT - 22 STACKHOUSE - 24
2000-01 Season
02/06/01 HOME 102-89 W MASON - 29 HARRINGTON - 20
01/13/01 AWAY 87-71 L MASON - 24 ROSE - 21
12/27/00 HOME 91-79 W JONES - 22 ROSE - 13
1999-00 Season
04/14/00 HOME 105-101 L MOURNING - 28 MILLER - 26
03/12/00 AWAY 105-96 W MOURNING - 35 MILLER - 26
01/29/00 AWAY 94-84 L MOURNING - 24 MILLER - 30
11/09/99 HOME 113-101 W MOURNING - 33 ROSE - 17
1998-99 Season
04/18/99 HOME 92-88 W MOURNING - 24 A. DAVIS - 18
03/20/99 HOME 94-89 L HARDAWAY - 28 A. DAVIS/MULLIN - 17
03/07/99 AWAY 85-72 L MOURNING - 17 MILLER - 16
02/16/99 AWAY 89-78 W BROWN - 22 MULLIN - 16
1997-98 Season
02/11/98 HOME 110-101 L HARDAWAY - 32 MILLER - 30
12/28/97 HOME 101-90 W MOURNING - 22 MILLER - 19
12/12/97 AWAY 104-89 L HARDAWAY - 28 SMITS - 29
11/14/97 AWAY 82-78 L BROWN - 21 MILLER - 21
1996-97 Season
04/03/97 AWAY 92-78 W MASHBURN - 23 SMITS - 16
02/13/97 HOME 106-90 W MOURNING - 29 DAVIS/MILLER - 14
12/17/96 HOME 103-89 L MOURNING - 25 A. DAVIS - 21
11/02/96 AWAY 97-95 W MOURNING - 27 MILLER - 34
1995-96 Season
04/06/96 AWAY 99-95 L GATLING/HARDAWAY - 19 MILLER - 40
12/28/95 AWAY 91-77 L WILLIS - 21 SMITS - 21
11/15/95 HOME 103-97 L DANILOVIC/MOURNING - 21 MILLER - 24
1994-95 Season
03/21/95 HOME 97-95 W RICE - 28 SMITS - 30
02/19/95 AWAY 106-87 L WILLIS - 22 D.DAVIS/MILLER - 16
01/24/95 HOME 107-96 W OWENS - 19 MCKEY - 16
12/10/94 AWAY 117-103 L RICE - 21 MILLER - 33
1993-94 Season
04/23/94 AWAY 114-81 L SEIKALY - 17 MILLER - 24
04/01/94 HOME 101-91 W RICE/SALLEY - 17 D. DAVIS/SCOTT - 20
02/09/94 HOME 102-98 L SEIKALY/SMITH - 19 McKEY - 30
01/19/94 AWAY 109-92 L GEIGER - 14 MILLER/SCOTT - 21
1992-93 Season
04/24/93 AWAY 94-88 L SMITH - 23 FLEMING - 31
03/07/93 HOME 114-99 W LONG - 24 SCHREMPF - 25
11/25/92 HOME 110-93 W RICE - 28 SCHREMPF - 18
11/24/92 AWAY 114-82 L EDWARDS - 16 MILLER - 20
1991-92 Season
03/18/92 HOME 116-111 L RICE - 26 PERSON - 27
01/18/92 AWAY 127-103 L SEIKALY - 25 MILLER - 32
12/18/91 HOME 118-112 W RICE - 22 PERSON - 26
11/23/91 AWAY 119-83 L LONG - 16 PERSON - 24
1990-91 Season
03/20/91 AWAY 117-107 L RICE - 31 MILLER - 27
02/01/91 HOME 116-113 W DOUGLAS - 35 MILLER - 26
11/16/90 AWAY 106-80 L THOMPSON - 12 MILLER - 17
11/13/90 AWAY 118-93 L EDWARDS - 14 THOMAS - 23
11/10/90 HOME 120-105 W EDWARDS - 30 MILLER - 29
1989-90 Season
03/20/90 HOME 112-98 L DAVIS - 15 SCHREMPF - 29
01/26/90 AWAY 115-105 L EDWARDS - 21 MILLER - 34
01/17/90 HOME 121-111 W SEIKALY - 31 PERSON - 32
11/10/89 AWAY 102-98 L SEIKALY - 20 FLEMING - 23
1988-89 Season
03/29/89 AWAY 96-89 L SPARROW - 17 PERSON - 31
01/15/89 HOME 118-117 W SUNDVOLD - 25 PERSON - 29


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