By James Herbert
The No. 1-seeded Indiana Pacers surrendered home-court advantage with a 102-96 loss to start the series on Monday.
Frank Vogel’s squad faced a similar scenario in the first round, dropping its first game at home to the Atlanta Hawks. That whole series went back and forth, but the Pacers were able to squeak by in seven games.
— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) May 6, 2014
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