LeBron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 45 points and the Miami Heat used a late 10-0 run to defeat the host Indiana Pacers 87-83 and even their National Basketball Association playoff series at one game apiece.
May 12 (Washington Post) -- We have been there from the start, have watched them grow and are eager to see what happens next. The Washington Wizards have our attention. And even if the Wizards played their final home game of the season Sunday night in a 95-92 loss to the Indiana Pacers, what a season it was. Of course, the Wizards have at least one more game. They will face the Pacers on Tuesday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on the Pacers' home turf. "We know what we have to do," Wizards Coach Randy Wittman gamely said after Game 5. "We've played them four times. There aren't any secrets. . . . Three of the four games have been dogfights. We're in the fight. Now we've just got to win that fight." The reality is, though, that by rallying from a 19-point second-half deficit, the Pacers may have turned out the lights at Verizon Center. In NBA playoff history, only eight teams have
Grant Hill and Ares Capital Management Chairman Tony Ressler spent Monday afternoon at the Malibu, California, home of Shelly Sterling, who had something lots of rich folks wanted: the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Indiana Pacers acquired forward Luis Scola from the Phoenix Suns yesterday in a trade for forward Gerald Green, center Miles Plumlee and a future No. 1 draft pick, the Pacers said on their website.