Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
The Miami Heat have just two players in their regular rotation who are 6'9" or taller.
The Indiana Pacers have four, including 7'2", 280-pound Roy Hibbert and 250-pound David West.
Frank Vogel's club gave Erik Spoelstra's bunch some serious problems in the 2012 conference semifinals, and it could do it again as a unit built to compete with the Heat.
Chris Bosh and LeBron James aren't going to get many easy opportunities in the paint, but offense might not be their biggest issue.
If Hibbert and West, along with bench bruiser Tyler Hansbrough, can pound the rock on the low block, Miami could get into some foul trouble.
Will it be enough to bounce the Heat from the postseason? Maybe. Even if it isn't, it's going to make Miami's trip to the finals a bumpy one.