INDIANAPOLIS -- No matter what, the Heat will have to return to Indianapolis. After the way Game 4 on Tuesday played out, winning another game in this town is going to be a tall order. After stealing back home-court advantage on Sunday, the Heat's advantage in the Eastern Conference finals took a hit with a 99-92 loss at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The best-of-7 series is now tied at 2-2. The Heat and Pacers will play Game 5 on Thursday at AmericanAirlines Arena. LeBron James fouled out with 56 seconds left of a close game and Dwyane Wade was called for traveling in the final minute. Focus and mistake-free basketball was the key to the Heat's victory in Game 3. In Game 4, Miami seemed to sabotage itself with the game on the line.
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