Pacers pound Heat as Dwyane Wade goes 1 for 13 from field

“We came into their building knowing how good nfl jersey they’re supposed to be,” Rush said. “And they just had a bad night.”

Back after a one-game absence with a sprained left wrist, Wade finished with three points on 1-for-13 shooting. He had never shot so poorly when taking at least 13 tries, and the point total was the third-lowest of his career. He has been held scoreless twice, once against Washington in 2004, the other in 2006 when he left midway through the first quarter of a game against Chicago.

“A tough night for Dwyane,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. “But we’ve been around him long enough. He always finds a way to bounce back. Getting his health is the priority, first of all. But secondly, we know that he’s very introspective as a professional athlete mlb jerseys . That’s the way I want all of our guys in the locker room to be.”

LeBron James scored 25 points and Chris Bosh had 21 points and 11 rebounds for Miami, which learned earlier Monday that top reserve Udonis Haslem will need surgery to repair a torn foot ligament and be out indefinitely.

T.J. Ford scored 13 points and Mike Dunleavy added 11 for the Pacers, who took control with a 29-11 run in the second quarter.

“Make or miss, we wanted to run,” Pacers coach Jim O’Brien said. “We wanted to push it and move them. They were having a difficult time guarding our passing game. When they scored we just wanted to get it in quickly and put it at them.”

For his part, Wade did not use the wrist — it was in a brace again after the game — as an excuse.

“I’ve played with worse,” Wade said. “No bearing on my nfl jerseys performance.”

The Pacers (6-6) had been 0-4 when scoring less than 99 points. Granger hit a pair of 3-pointers 36 seconds apart in the final 2½ minutes to seal it, the last one giving Indiana a 91-75 lead and sending just about everyone who was left in the seats heading to the exits.

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