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David West notched a double-double and would score the game winning bucket while the Indiana Pacers held the Miami Heat scoreless for the last 2:51 of the game, as Indiana held off the Heat in game two of their Eastern Conference semi-final series, winning the game 78-75 and knotting up the series at one game apiece. The victory for the Pacers took away Miami’s home-court advantage in the match-up with the action moving to Indiana for the next two contests. The Heat were playing without Chris Bosh who is out indefinitely with a strained abdominal muscle and although LeBron James knocked down a game high 28 points while Dwyane Wade added 24 in the contest; none of the other members of the roster stepped up to fill in the void. The club shot an anemic 34.6% (27-78) and while they stayed in the contest until the end of the action; they were unable to close the game out with Bosh on the sidelines. Their task will become even harder in game three as they play in front of a charged-up au...
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