MIAMI -- With 3:31 left in the first quarter March 10, Chris Andersen missed a 6-foot jumper.
So why is this significant?
Well, its the only shot the Miami Heat center has missed all season against Indiana.
Andersen is a staggering 13 of 14 from the field in three games against the Pacers. So now you know another reason why Indiana coach Frank Vogel was up early Thursday morning watching film.
It used to be LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh that Heat opponents really had to worry about. Then you could throw in some Ray Allen.
But Andersen has become a guy the Pacers need to make sure is well covered on their scouting report. In Wednesdays 103-102 Miami overtime win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the tattooed terror shot 7 of 7 for 16 points and had five rebounds and three blocks in 18 minutes off the bench.
"Hes changed their team dramatically," said Vogel, whose Pacers will try to slow Andersen at least somewhat in Friday's Game 2 at AmericanAirlines A...