I know this might seem outlandish, as the Heat dropped one of four games to the Pacers during the regular season, but it will be a different story in the playoffs, as the Heat will sweep the Pacers.
The Pacers looked good in their opening-round series against the Orlando Magic, but in all honesty, without Dwight Howard, the Magic weren't that difficult of a challenge.
The Heat match up especially well with Indiana, aside from the advantage the Pacers have at the center position with the 7'2" Roy Hibbert. On the perimeter, the Heat have the advantage, as LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers will have an easy time locking down the Pacers backcourt of Danny Granger, Darren Collison and Paul George.
While the Pacers have the advantage in the paint with Hibbert, his average playoff production of just 11 points and 10.8 rebounds per game won't be enough to truly make a difference in the series.
Miami will be the only team in the second round to sweep their opponent, which will go to show just how dominant of a team the Heat are this postseason.