Found May 18, 2012 on NESN.com:
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PHILADELPHIA -- The Pacers have exposed the Heat's weakness, and it is not that LeBron James is unwilling to take the last shot or that Erik Spoelstra is overmatched or any of the other explanations thrown at us by pundits who form their opinions after watching only the final 90 seconds of a basketball game. The Pacers have battered the Heat in the last two games of their Eastern Conference semifinal series with old-fashioned inside play, led by center Roy Hibbert and David West. The Pacers have ignored the Heat's dominant armor on the wings to slice into the soft...
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