Dwyane Wade's 41 Too Much For Pacers; Heat Win, 110-103

The Heat took a challenge from the Indiana Pacers, but Dwyane Wade dominated from the floor and on the boards.

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Heat Vs. Pacers Final Score: Dwyane Wade Powers Miami Past Indiana, 110-103

The Indiana Pacers took a valiant last stand for team-oriented, family-friendly basketball, but came up short against the superstar Miami Heat, 110-103. The Pacers had 11 players score three or more points — the Heat had just six. Of course, when Dwyane Wade erupts for 41 points and 12 rebounds and LeBron James and Chris Bosh combine for 49, you don’t need a whole lot of supplemental scoring.

Indiana gave the Heat a better game than should’ve been expected, especially after Miami ran out to a huge first quarter lead. The Pacers’ playoff push officially has legs.

Four Pacers hit double figures on the night.

In a way, Miami needed this win even more than Indy did. Any wins they can grab over teams beside the Boston Celtics will be needed if they want to force Boston to play the toughest NBA Playoffs road possible.

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