The Pacers (9-8) are back over .500 and have won three in a row after easily defeating the Miami Heat 120-95 in South Beach.

The teams were competitive in the first half, as Indiana led by just three, 58-55, after the first two quarters. But the third is where Indiana made its mark, and it seemed like the Pacers, especially Bojan Bogdanovich couldn’t miss.

The sharpshooter scored 11 points of his 26 total points in the third to help the Pacers begin the quarter with a 19-4 surge, which made their lead 77-59 and forced a Miami timeout with 4:50 left in the period.
The scoring didn’t stop when played resumed. When the third and was said and done, Indiana had outscored Miami 32-13 in the quarter and led 90-68 heading into the final period.
In the fourth, the Pacers continued to pile it on. At the quarter’s midway point, Indiana led by 30, 105-75, and it was pretty clear the result was no longer in doubt.
In addition to Bogdanovich, Myles Turner played a huge role in the team's win. The young center had his best game of the season, finishing with 25 points on 11-of-14 shooting, seven rebounds, four assists and three blocks.
The Pacers got off to a fast start thanks to Turner. He scored eight early points to push Indiana to a 12-4 lead with 8:04 to play in the opening quarter.