Field Goal %
- IND 40.6
- 39.0 MIA
Three Point %
- IND 30.0
- 37.5 MIA
- IND 21
- 11 MIA
- IND 44
- 55 MIA
- Miami, FL
0:00 - 4th Quarter
End of Game
Dwyane Wade's 23.0 PER in Game 7 was 38.8% higher than it was for the remainder of the series against the Pacers.
Dwyane Wade saved his best effort for Game 7. He tied his 2013 postseason high of 21 points and helped spark his team to victory.He also grabbed 9 boards, 6 of them were on the offensive end.
From Elias: The Heat's victory was the 2nd largest margin of victory in a Game 7 of a Division/Conference Final since the 1958 postseason (first season in which both division/conference finals were best of seven)
NEXT LEVEL: The Heat had more offensive rebounds than the Pacers in Game 7 for the first time in the series, and outscored them by 10 on 2nd-chances (-28 on 2nd-chance points in Games 1-6).
NEXT LEVEL: Paul George was 2-of-9 shooting in Game 7, including 1-of-4 when guarded by LeBron James. He was 7-of-16 (44%) shooting with 19 points when guarded by James in the last 5 games, after scoring 29 points on 10-of-13 (77%) shooting against him in Games 1 and 2.
NEXT LEVEL: Dwyane Wade scored 12 points in the paint, his most in the series since Game 3, while also attempting a series-high 7 free throws. For the series, Wade averaged more than triple the amount of paint points in wins, compared with losses.
The Heat averaged 37.1 points per game off drives to the basket in the Eastern Conference Finals, including 35 in Game 7 despite shooting a series low 37.5% off those plays. The Heat's low shooting percentage was in part due to passing less off drives.- With Roy Hibbert on court, the Heat passed 24% of the time on drives to the basket Game 7, down from their 34% average the first 6 games of the series.- By passing less, the Heat were able to draw more fouls. The Heat drew 8 shooting fouls and scored 16 points off free throws (16-of-16) when driving to the basket, both series highs. LeBron James attempted half of the team's FTA.- Roy Hibbert committed 3 of the 8 fouls on Heat drives in Game 7.
The Heat have failed to score 100+ points in 4 straight games for the 3rd time this season, tied for the longest streak of 99 or fewer points by the team this season. * The Heat averaged 101.9 PPG this season (regular and postseason combined)
The Heat made an effort to get Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh involved in Game 7, as the duo combined for 79 offensive touches, 35 more than they had in Game 6. LeBron James finished Game 7 with 56 touches, his lowest in a game this series.
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