By Scott Agness

The Miami Heat came into Indianapolis for their first pair of Eastern Conference Finals games and were able to leave with a split. Now, the Pacers will try to match that, at the least, as they head down to Miami for Game 3 and 4.

Indiana has had to lean on its starters heavily in the series with four of them playing at least 40 minutes in Game 2.

Roy Hibbert has had to play big minutes (40 per game) and is averaging double-double numbers — very encouraging for the Pacers.

The Pacers focused on the No. 1 seed for home-court advantage, but with Tuesday’s result, Indiana now needs to win on the road. With the series tied at 1-1, they look to go get at least one before returning home next week.

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