Indiana Pacers wins over Miami Heat, series tied 3-3

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It is 3-3, after Indiana Pacers wins over Miami Heat in Game 6 in Eastern Conference Finals. Game 7 will decide who will join San Antonio Spurs in fight for NBA title.

Even Miami Heat will host this decisive Game 7, not it is obvious that it won’t be an easy task for Heat at all. Indiana proved in this series that they are very tough opponent.

Paul George led Indiana Pacers with 28 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Roy Hibbert reached double-double as he scored 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.

George Hill scored 16 points and added 6 assists and David West had double-double with 11 points, 14 rebounds and 4 assists.

In Miami Heat, LeBron James scored 29 points and added 7 assists, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers scored 10 points each. Three players with double digit points, definitelly not enough to beat Indiana Pacers.

Indiana had 20 rebounds more, 53-33, which is another proof of their dominance in this game, and thing that Heat should focus on in Game 7.

With final score 91-77, Indiana lost only first quarter, it was 23-21 for Heat. Other three quarters Indiana won 18-17, 29-15, 23-22.

Third quarter destroyed all hopes that Miami Heat could win in this game. 29-15, and game was almost decided.

After game, Miami Heat coach, Eric Spoelstra said: “They just flat-out beat us in every facet of the game. They just outclassed us in that (third) quarter.”

Frank Vogel, coah of Indiana Pacers said: “Roy Hibbert is making extraordinary plays in the pocket, poise in the pocket we call it.”