Found January 09, 2013 on Crossover Chronicles:
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day. 1: By George, he's hot The Pacers and Heat actually played an entertaining six-game series in last year's Playoffs. That can be hard to remember considering the Heat's run to the championship and the Pacers got off to such a slow start. It has taken a while, as we will find out later today on Crossover Chronicles, for the Pacers to find their footing without Danny Granger and after the trade of Darren Collison. Indiana still has that team some thought could get the second seed and was the preseason favorite to win the Central Division with Derrick Rose out for the Bulls. New guys have stepped into roles and stepped up in big ways. A good Pacers team can be very dangerous. Even to the Heat. Miami rallied in the first half behind Dwyane Wade's scoring outburst in the second quarter to tie the game. But the Heat did not have a second wind. Not thi...
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