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FOR THE RECORD
DAVID SABINO
July 05, 2012
FITTINGLY, IT WAS THE KING WHO LED THE COURT ON ALL COUNTS
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July 05, 2012

For The Record

FITTINGLY, IT WAS THE KING WHO LED THE COURT ON ALL COUNTS

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GAME 1 Heat 95, Pacers 86 at Miami

James had 32 points and a season-high 15 boards, and Wade scored 29, but the Heat lost Bosh, sidelined in the second half by an abdominal strain.

GAME 2 Pacers 78, Heat 75 at Miami

James missed two free throws with 54 seconds left and Wade botched a potential game-tying layup with 16 ticks to go as the Heat, Bosh-less, fell.

GAME 3 Pacers 94, Heat 75 at Indianapolis

The Pacers outscored Miami by 25 points with Wade on the floor in a game marred by a shouting match between the guard and coach Erik Spoelstra.

GAME 4 Heat 101, Pacers 93 at Indianapolis

Retaking home court advantage, Wade rebounded with 30 points and James just missed a triple double with 40 points, 18 boards and nine assists.

GAME 5 Heat 115, Pacers 83 at Miami

Cheap fouls by both teams sullied what was otherwise a dominant Heat showing as James and Wade outscored all of Indiana's starters combined.

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