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Erik Spoelstra said he mentioned how daunting the task would be only once.
By now, Lance Stephenson's list of egregious acts from Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals are well-known: He blew air into LeBron James' ear, interrupted a Miami Heat huddle and got caught flopping for the second time.
Down by 15 early, the Miami Heat could have hit the panic button.
LeBron James scored 26 points, Dwyane Wade added 23 and the Heat shook off a horrid start to beat the Indiana Pacers 99-87 on Saturday night in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals, taking a 2-1 lead and breaking a back-and-forth trend in the rivalry. The teams had alternated wins and losses in 13 straight meetings — until now.
Heat center Greg Oden is on the active roster Saturday night for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals against Indiana.
Indiana's Paul George will play in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals, which comes as no surprise to the Miami Heat.
Shane Battier had no idea what to expect.
Dwyane Wade knows the Brooklyn Nets will have something up their collective sleeves.
For the last week, the Miami Heat were waiting and watching, resting and recovering.