MIAMI -- A day after Miami guard Dwyane Wade predicted the Heat's playoff series against Indiana won't produce a lot of headlines, the Pacers have sought to prove him wrong.
The East semifinal doesn't start until Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena But already Indiana coach Frank Vogel has fired the first shot, accusing the Heat of flopping.
"It'll be interesting to see how the referees officiate the series and how much flopping they reward," Vogel told reporters Thursday in Indianapolis. "Every drive to the basket, (the Heat) have guys not making a play on the ball, but sliding in front of drivers. Often times they're falling down even before contact is even being made."
The Heat didn't practice Thursday and weren't available for comment. But perhaps this series won't be as under the radar as Wade predicted Wednesday.
After the Heat polished off New York 106-94 to clinch their first-round series 4-1, Wade was asked about how different facing the Pacers might be.
"From the media h...