Field Goal %
- MIA 41.2
- 36.3 IND
Three Point %
- MIA 42.1
- 40.9 IND
- MIA 14
- 9 IND
- MIA 44
- 66 IND
- Indianapolis, IN
0:00 - 4th Quarter
End of Game
From Elias: The Heat were outrebounded by 19 last night in a loss to the Pacers.The last 17 NBA champions had a positive rebound differential in the regular season.The last champ with a negative differential was the 1995 Rockets.
NEXT LEVEL: The Heat struggled shooting inside 5 feet in their loss to the Pacers Tuesday, making a season-low 7-of-16 field goals from such distance. Entering the game, the Heat led the league in field-goal percentage inside 5 feet.
NEXT LEVEL: The Pacers' league-best transition defense stymied the Heat Tuesday. The Heat had their least efficient transition game of the season, missing all five field goals and scoring one point on a free throw.
NEXT LEVEL: The Heat ran their offense through Dwyane Wade in the first half, as he was involved in 42.8 percent of the team's plays, well above his season average of 28.6. After going 8-for-12 with 23 points at halftime in a tied game, Wade's usage percentage plummeted to 20.8 in the second half and the Heat were outscored by 10 points.
Ray Allen (0-5 FG) was held scoreless tonight for the 2nd time in his NBA career. The other came Feb. 26, 1997 as his Bucks lost to the Hawks.
Rebounding has been a concern for the Heat all season but on Tuesday they were thoroughly exposed in that area. Miami was outrebounded 55-to-36 and outscored by 17 in second chance points.
Kawhi Leonard scored 29 points, and the San Antonio Spurs advanced to the Western Conference semifinals by beating the Memphis Grizzlies 103-96 Thursday night to take the series 4-2.
Kawhi Leonard drives to the basket, pulls off a spin move and passes the ball out to Tony Parker, who knocks down a jumper giving the Spurs a 4-point lead over the Grizzlies late in the 4th quarter.
Raptors 905 beat the Rio Grande Valley Vipers 122-96 in Game 3 to win the NBA D-League championship Thursday night.