Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat: Two Thoughts After Game 4 of Second Round

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Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat: Two Thoughts After Game 4 of Second Round
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LeBron James drives past David West (left) and Danny Granger

This Eastern Conference semifinal is between more than just the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers. Like Rocky vs. Drago, it's a duel between two different ideologies.

There is the Heat's—sign superstars and assemble a cast of role players that let the stars shine. Then there is the Pacers'—build carefully through the draft with a very traditional Hoosier idea that the team is greater than the sum of its parts.

It is the superstar vs. the team.

The Team lead by 8 at the half, but it wouldn't last. A combined 70 points gave the Superstar(s) a Game 4 win and a tied series headed back to their home court.

As is the case when one team drops a first half lead, especially when another rips it away from them, the storylines are vast.

Being your dutiful writer, I have selected a couple of them for you to consider and dissect. If your a good reader I might just throw a bonus yhought at the end. It's the least I could do.

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