The Indiana Pacers were victims of a 15-4 run in the game's final four minutes as the Miami Heat captured a hard fought 97-94 win. The Pacers struggled out of the gate thanks to turnovers and easy buckets by the Heat, but jumped into the lead heading into the break. The Pacers jumped up by as many as 15 in the third quarter, which was a 90-82 advantage with just under four minutes to go.
The Heat who missed their first nine three pointers, hit five in the second half, including back-to-back threes with a minute remaining to put Miami in the lead. David West cut the three point advantage to one on a pair of free throws, and a stop with 25 seconds remaining gave Indiana the ball with a chance to win. But out of their final timeout, George Hill attacked the paint, flipping it to Paul George who went the opposite direction as the ball ended up in the hands of LeBron James, eventually sending Ray Allen to the line, who hit both free throws, putting them up three.
On the game's final play, the Pacers, with no timeouts, moved it up the floor and George leaned into a game tying three pointer. As he took the three, he appeared to be moved to the right as the shot sailed to the right. No foul was called and Miami walked off the court victorious. Feel free to check out the game's final play below to reach your own conclusion.