Miami Scores franchise best 70 points in 1st half vs Pacers in GM3

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| May 27th, 2013 | 984 Views

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The Heat typically respond well to losses with big statement games and performances.  In last night’s case, it was a huge half that resulted in a 70-56 half-time score.  Not only is 70 a franchise record for the Heat but Indiana hasn’t allowed 70 half-time points since Paul George was 2 years old.

If you glance at the boxscore you will notice that nobody really stood out but then you look at the minutes and see that all 5 Heat starters were in double figures, Birdman had another “perfect game,” and the Heat as a team shot 54.5%.



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