2013 NBA Playoffs: Pacers vs. Heat Game 6 highlights and GIFs

We're going to Game 7!

Well, that was weird and exciting. The Pacers took care of an ugly, ugly game against the Heat to force a Game 7 in Miami. Here, in moving pictures, are some of the best and weirdest moments:

This game featured a whole lotta slapstick. Paul George did put one vicious, surprising slam on Chris Bosh:

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...but pretty much everything else around the basket drew iron:

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Miami came back to lead at halftime, thanks in part to Indiana's ineptitude at the rim. They unraveled in the second half, though. Here's LeBron James failing to throw a loose ball off George Hill, then getting some much-needed consolation in the loving embrace of Shaquille O'Neal:

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LeBron may not get such a loving embrace from the league office for this bit of histrionics:

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It was a maximally frustrating finish for Miami, as evidenced by the range of human despair in this foul reaction:

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And, ya know, the opposite of that:

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But hey, it's not over. Get 'em next time, Heat:

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To Game 7 we go!

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