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Last updated on Monday, May 21, 2012
(INDIANAPOLIS) - LeBron James and Dwyane Wade dominated the second half as the Miami Heat beat the Indiana Pacers 101-93 in game four of their Eastern Conference semifinal series.
Indiana built a 54-46 lead at halftime - at that point, Miami's "Big Two" took over. The Heat outscored the Pacers 30-to-16 in the third quarter with James and Wade scoring 14 each in the period, accounting for 28 of Miami's 30 points.
James scored 40 points and grabbed 18 rebounds and fell one assist shy of recording a triple double. Wade had 30 points and at one point hit eleven-straight shots after opening the game by going one-for-eight.
Udonis Haslem contributed 14 points including a pair of key jumpers in the fourth quarter after suffering a cut over hit right eye when he was hit by a Lou Amundson elbow.
Danny Granger led Indiana with 20 points with Darren Collison finishing with 16.
The series is tied at two games apiece and heads back to Miami for Game Five Tuesday night.
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