By: Tia Walker
Lebron James lead the Heat for a game two victory against the Indiana Pacers.
The Heat tied the Eastern Conference Finals to one game a piece last night at Bankers Life Field-house.
Lebron and D. Wade combined for 22 points in the fourth quarter alone without much difficulty from the Pacers defense.
The Heat trailed the Pacers for much of the second and third quarter though. Leaving George Hill open for a three pointer, and Roy Hibbert a pair of offensive rebounds to increase the Pacers lead.
The Pacers had as much as a seven point lead against the Heat but could not protect the basket enough for the win.
The Pacers were able to contain the Heats role players like Chris Bosh, Haslem, and Chalmers to less than 10 points each.
The big surprise of the night came from the Indiana Pacers starter, Lance Stephenson.
Stephenson during the third quarter attacked the rim, hit perimeter jump shots, and connected with David West for open shots.
Stephenson had 25 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists.
The Pacers let the Heat go on a 10-0 scoring run which lead to their demise in the last seven minutes of the fourth quarter.