Heat against Pacers in 4th game of East Conference semi-final play-offs round. Current score in the series is 2-1 to Indiana. It's not tonight do or die game for Miami, yet it is very clear that one more defeat would lead them in a very difficult situation. 3-1 lead for Pacers may be huge advantage, especially if you know that Miami is in this series without Cris Bosh. There was much interesting to see in game 3. Heat opened game great, had big advantage (9 points) already after 1st quarter, but lost it all already until half (43-43). Then the desperate second half and at the end huge defeat (94-75). Above all, there was a conflict between Dwyane Wade (only 5 points in game 3) and coach Eric Spoelstra. Still, everyone in Miami, including Wade and Spoelstra said that nothing special has happened and that things like this are common. Wade even was a more detailed saying that there were between them similar cases in the past, there will be probably more in the future but that they will leave it all behind because of the team's success. And I really believe they will. Tonight is very important game for Heat. It's not time and there is no room for any disagreement. Even with aforementioned absence of Cris Bosh, Heat have the quality to win game in Indianapolis and to came back at home with series tied at two wins all.
Two regular season's meetings on this same floor ended with one win each and it is interesting that both games finished with same score: in March Pacers won 105-90 while in February Heat won 105-90.
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