The Indiana Pacers jumped out an 11-0 lead, but against the Miami Heat, it's never that easy. The Heat took a six point lead in the third quarter, appearing in complete control before the Pacers finished strong, closing the quarter on a 23-10 run to take a seven point lead into the fourth quarter.
Miami flew back into the game, taking a three point lead just past the halfway point of the third quarter. Paul George responded with a three point play, spurring a 16-6 Pacers run to close the game, getting huge plays from their stars down the stretch. All five starters reached double figures, led by Roy Hibbert's 23 & 12 double double.
Lance Stephenson had 20 on 9-15 shooting. Paul George was hampered with foul trouble, but his three point play helped turn the Pacers around in the fourth quarter, with his 12 points. George Hill had 19, going 9-10 from the free throw line, and David West had 14 & 12. LeBron James would foul out with 56 seconds remaining and Dwyane Wade would travel on the following possession as the Pacers tied the series at 2-2.