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This game was over before it began. Well not really, Miami led by 9 after the first but the Pacers never looked back as they cruised to a 94-75 to win game three and take the series lead, 2 games to 1. This story should be about how well the Pacers played, controlling the glass, being aggressive offensively and doing a great team effort defensively against the Miami Heat. However, nothing is ever about the Miami Heat’s opponent, it will always be about them. Let’s make it about them then. If they so dare. I want to start with the biggest culprit on the Heat, no not Lebron James and his amazing flopping and acting jobs, but Dwyane Wade. Wade had the nerve to complain about the Pacers game two celebration on the court (which lasted under 10 seconds) and then come to Indiana to put in 5 points. That is right, 5 points. “Superstars” are not suppose to only chip in five points, especially in the playoffs. Paul Pierce has never scored under 10 in a game in his career, let alone...
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