LeBron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 70 points as the Heat bounced back against the Indiana Pacers in a 101-93 victory in Game 4 of their playoff matchup. James added 18 rebounds in the win.
The heat hoped to turn up the temperature in their series with the Pacers as they looked to pull even in game four from Indiana. Indiana came out firing, opening the game with a 9-0 run and stayed hot, closing out the first half with a buzzer beater. Leandro Barbosa had the Bankers Life Fieldhouse rocking heading into the break, but Miami would warm up in the second half. Dwyane Wade's triple gave the Heat their first lead of the contest as Wade finished with 30 points, 22 of them coming in the second half however the afternoon belonged to the King. LeBron James finished an assist shy of a triple double, as James poured in a game-high forty points, grabbed 18 boards and added nine assists in Miami's 101-93 win over Indiana. The series returns to south beach for game 5 on Tuesday.