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NBA Playoffs 2013
The Indiana Pacers outscored the Miami Heat, 13-3, in the last 5:13 en route to a 99-92 victory in Game 4, tying the best-of-seven Eastern Conference final at 2-2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
The Heat were leading by 89-86 when the Pacers launched an 8-0 run, sparked by five straight points from Roy Hibbert to take a 94-89 advantage.
LeBron James buried a triple to stop the run but Lance Stephenson made an eight-foot jumper while George Hill and Paul George sank three foul shots to seal the victory.
Hibbert finished with 23 points and 12 boards, leading four other starters in double digits for the Pacers, who opened the game with an 11-0 run.
Stephenson scored 20 points on 9-for-15 shooting, Hill added 19 points, David West had 14 and George tallied 12 for the Pacers, who made 35 of 70 shots for 50 percent.
West also grabbed 12 boards as the Pacers outrebounded (49-30), and outscored (50-32) the Heat in the shaded lane.
James scored 24 points before he fouled out with 56 seconds left in the game, Mario Chalmers added 20, Dwyane Wade had 16 and Ray Allen chipped in 11 for the Heat, who shot just 39 percent from the floor.
Chris Bosh was limited to just seven points on 1-for-6 shooting while reserve center Chris Andersen, who provided the energy in the Heat's two wins, was held scoreless in 19 minutes of action.
Hill scored seven points as the Pacers unleashed an 11-0 opening blast but the Heat kept their composure, taking a 17-16 lead with 2:47 remaining in the first period.
However, the Pacers scored five straight points to wrest a 20-17 lead before finishing the opening quarter with a 26-22 advantage.
In the fourth, Ian Mahinmi hit a short jumper and Hibbert buried a basket to give the Pacers an 81-72 cushion but the resilient Heat took an 89-86 lead behind a triple by Allen.
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Roy Hibbert Stars as Pacers Down Heat in Game 4