The Pacers and the Heat are all square after four games, with team playing at home twice. The series now shifts back to Miami for Game 5. Check the NBA odds at Bovada sportsbook.
Indiana (2-2) is hanging pretty tough and fighting back well for a bunch of young guns. They have now won both of the second games in each city are looking to steal their second win in Miami. Both teams were in foul trouble in Game 4 in Indiana, most notably for the Pacers was Paul George. George finished with four fouls and had to sit out for a lot of the ball game, and especially more than he is accustomed to. Lance Stephenson had five fouls as well but Frank Vogel trusted him in the fourth quarter as he was on the court for much of it and for all of the waning minutes.
The Heat (2-2) are still in a good position with home court advantage. After losing Game 2 to the Pacers, the Heat were able to bounce back and win big in Indiana. The Pacers countered in Game 4 when much of the Heat were in foul trouble. LeBron James fouled out for just the second time in his playoff career and Dwyane Wade had five fouls in addition.
The Pacers have covered all but one game in this series thus far and have an 11-5 ATS record in the postseason. The Heat are just 7-6 ATS in the playoffs.
I still have complete confidence in the Heat. I don’t think that this series will go seven games. With that being said, I have Indiana covering this +7 ½ point spread at online sportsbook usa.