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Nba Playoffs Rd 2: [2] Miami Heat Vs. [3] Indiana Pacers

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Miami Heat
    • Indiana Pacers

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[2] Miami Heat (46-20)

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PG-#15 "Rio" Chalmers

Kansas '08

6'2 190 lbs

9.8 PPG 2.7 RPG 3.4 APG 39.8 3PT%

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SG-#3 Dwyane "Flash" Wade

Marquette '03

6'4 220 lbs

22.5 PPG 4.9 RPG 4.7 APG 1.7 SPG 1.3 BPG 49.7 FG%

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SF-#6 LeBron "King" James

St. Vincent-St. Mary HS '03 (Akron, OH)

6'8 260 lbs

27.1 PPG 7.9 RPG 6.3 APG 1.9 SPG 36.3 3PT%

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PF-#40 Udonis Haslem

Florida '02

6'9 245 lbs

6.0 PPG 7.3 RPG 81.4 FT%

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C-#1 Chris Bosh

Georgia Tech '03

6'11 235 lbs

18.0 PPG 7.9 RPG 1.8 SPG 52.8 FG%

BENCH

PG-#30 Norris Cole

SG-#13 Mike Miller

SF-#31 Shane Battier

SF-#22 James Jones

PF-#50 Joel Anthony

C-#21 Ronny Turiaf

C-#45 Dexter Pittman

HEAD COACH

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Erik Spoelstra

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[3] Indiana Pacers (42-24)

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PG-#3 George Hill

IUPUI '08

6'2 180 lbs

9.6 PPG 3.0 RPG 2.9 APG 36.7 3PT%

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SG-#24 Paul George

Fresno State '10

6'7 227 lbs

11.9 PPG 5.5 RPG 2.4 APG 38.5 3PT%

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SF-#33 Danny Granger

New Mexico '05

6'9 228 lbs

18.9 PPG 4.9 RPG 1.8 APG 38.4 3PT%

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PF-#21 David West

Xavier '03

6'9 240 lbs

12.3 PPG 6.5 RPG 2.2 APG

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C-#55 Roy Hibbert

Georgetown '08

7'2 275 lbs

13.0 PPG 8.9 RPG 1.7 APG 2.0 BPG

BENCH

PG-#2 Darren Collison

SG-#28 Leandro Barbosa

SF-#1 Dahntay Jones

PF-#50 Tyler Hansbrough

C-# Jeff Foster

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This will be a better series than people think. I think it goes 6 games with Miami being the victor. Pacers have a fast young team and David West is a solid veteran presence in their front court. But Miami's defense and veteran experience will prove to be too much for this Pacers squad.

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wasn't impressed by indiana in round 1. heat in 4, maybe 5.

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wasn't impressed by indiana in round 1. heat in 4, maybe 5.

I wasn't that impressed with the Heat in round 1 either. I'm leaning more towards KT's opinion of a 6 game series with the Heat moving on.

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Pacers will make this difficult on Miami, but I expect Heat in 6

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I wasn't that impressed with the Heat in round 1 either. I'm leaning more towards KT's opinion of a 6 game series with the Heat moving on.

the only advantage i see for indiana is roy hibbert. i'll think his play will get them 1 game.

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Let's go Pacers!

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Bosh suffers an abdominal strain. He's done for the day.

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Granger and George gotta do better if Indiana is going to have a chance in this series.

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32 points, 15 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 block, 2 steals. MVP #'s on the day he receives his 3rd MVP award. Miami wins a tough battle with this young Pacers squad. They go up 1-0 in the series.

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