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Indiana Pacers beat the Miami Heat by a final score of 144-129

Tyrese Haliburton did not play in the game due to a respiratory infection, which contributed to the Pacers' offensive explosion. The Pacers would only miss 14 shots the rest of the game, despite their starters missing just 2 of 15 shots in the first quarter when they were unable to establish a rhythm.

The Pacers appeared to be lost offensively and destined for a third straight defeat despite putting up a strong defensive effort to start the game. Isaiah Jackson, Aaron Nesmith, Bennedict Mathurin, and TJ McConnell, who together made 18 of 24 shots in the first half, were the players off the bench that gave the squad life. Everyone joined in the second half of the performance. The Pacers used the Heat's lack of Bam Adebayo, their defensive stalwart, to their best advantage, something they were unable to do in the second half of their Thursday night game in Miami.

 

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