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INDIANAPOLIS -- Miamis fearsome threesome has suddenly become a one-man show. Its already cost the Heat one chance to reach the NBA Finals, and if they dont get things fixed by Monday, the vanishing act could leave the defending champs home sooner than anyone anticipated. Four-time MVP LeBron James scored 29 points, had seven rebounds and six assists, but Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade couldnt even match those numbers together Saturday night in Miamis 91-77 loss that left the Eastern Conference finals tied at 3-3. Wade finished with 10 points, two rebounds and one assist, while Bosh added five points, four rebounds and no assists for the Heat, who will host Game 7 on Monday. "My rhythm seems off, its been like that the whole series," Bosh said. "Now I have to go and find it. Ive got 48 hours to do that." Perhaps Boshs poor showing in this series is Miamis decision to leave Bosh on the perimeter to try and draw Roy Hibbert and David West out of the paint. For the most part, it hasnt worked. Hibbert had another double-double with 24 points and 11 rebounds, while David West added 11 points and 14 rebounds despite playing through an upper respiratory infection. Wades late-season fade has been considered a result of his injured right knee. The perennial All-Star and two-time NBA champ wouldnt bite on it. "I dont want to talk about the knee," he said. "I havent talked about it for the last two months and Im not about to start now." Instead, the leagues most dominant team will spend the next two days preparing for what most people believed inconceivable when this series began -- a one-game shot to save the season. Hibbert did everything but pull out the boxing gloves in Game 6, continually contesting Miamis shots to help Indiana stave off elimination. Paul George scored 28 points, had eight rebounds and five assists, and the Pacers held Miami to 36.1 per cent shooting as they booked a trip back to Miami for Game 7 on Monday night. "Myself and David, we throw ourselves in the fray, in the paint. We like to muck it up," Hibbert said. "Paul and myself, we wanted to make sure we got this for him as well. We didnt want this to be our last game." It wasnt. The Pacers have pushed James and his high-scoring, high-profile teammates to the brink of elimination by punching back, and Game 6 followed a familiar story line. The Pacers had a 53-33 rebounding advantage, outscored Miami 44-22 in the paint and limited Miamis shooters to 16 of 54, 29.6 per cent, from inside the arc. How have the Pacers done it? With Hibbert controlling the inside after adding MMA training to his off-season regiment. "Roy Hibbert is making extraordinary plays in the pocket, poise in the pocket we call it," coach Frank Vogel said. "Hes getting paint catches and just having great poise, great reads. Hes not plowing over guys. He had a charge in Game 5, but has been under control." It was everything an elimination game should be. The teams traded baskets and jabs, sometimes literally, and players ignored the bumps and bruises of yet another wrestling match that has made this tough-guy series compelling. Both teams attacked the basket, sometimes with problematic results. Indiana missed about five dunk attempts in the first half and a series of short jumpers, too, costing them precious points. The Heat struggled, meanwhile, starting the game just 3 of 22 from inside the 3-point line. Miamis Big Three -- James, Wade and Bosh -- went just 14 of 40. Excluding James, Miami managed only 16 baskets -- eight 3s and eight 2s. With Chris "Birdman" Andersen suspended for the game because of a shoving incident with Indiana forward Tyler Hansbrough on Thursday, the Heat couldnt keep up with Indianas big rebounders inside. Even Lance Stephenson, who was ineffective at Miami, finished with four points, 12 rebounds and four assists. Indianas loud crowd created a hostile atmosphere, too. Fans chanted "Heat Are Floppers!" sporadically throughout the second half, urging the Pacers to play harder, to defend better and to make another trip home. The only way to do that is to win Game 7 and avoid a second straight playoff elimination at the hands of the Heat. For Miami, the stakes were so high that when James was called for an offensive foul midway through the fourth quarter, he lost his cool. James protested by running from one end of the court to the other, drawing a technical foul, and when Miami assistant coach David Fizdale showed his support for the leagues four-time MVP, it drew another technical. George Hill answered by making free throws and Hibbert followed that with a layup, ending any chance of Miami making a late comeback. James said he was trying to avoid an ejection and would up spending the last 66 seconds sitting a few seats down from the Heat bench cheering on his teammates. "Explain it? You seen it. It was total domination by the Pacers in the third," James said when asked what happened to the leagues most dominant team on Saturday. "They made a lot of shots, we didnt get too many stops and we missed some very, very easy shots." It was a complete reversal from Game 5, when Miami took control by outscoring the Pacers 30-13 in the third. This time, against one of the leagues top offensive teams, the Pacers gave up only six points in the first eight minutes of the quarter, using a 14-2 run to turn a 40-39 halftime deficit into a 66-49 lead with 1:15 left in the quarter. Hibbert scored nine in the quarter. Miami did close to within 68-55 after three, but it was too big a deficit to overcome -- even with James running the show. The Heat rallied early in the fourth, taking advantage of Indianas 1 for 6 start from the field. When Mike Miller hit back-to-back 3s, the Pacers lead was down to 70-64 and when James scored on a layup with 5:54 to play, the Heat were within 72-68. But the run ended abruptly when George hit a 3, Miamis Joel Anthony was called for a loose ball foul on the offensive end and David West grabbed an offensive rebound and scored on a dunk to extend the lead to 77-68. Then came the technical flurry that finished it off. Notes: Miami matched its season-low point total (77), which also occurred against the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Jan. 8. ... Miami finished the season 1-4 at Indiana, losing twice in the regular season and twice in the playoffs. ... After the game, Hibbert criticized the media for not recognizing the Pacers as a good team -- using a foul two-word expletive that will almost certainly draw a fine from the league. ... Former Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Carl Erskine performed the National Anthem on a harmonica. Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit . After a replay, the winner will meet Sunderland in the quarterfinals. 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Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis beat Taiwans Hao-Ching Chan and Yung Jan Chan 7-6 (12-10), 7-5 to enter the semifinals of the WTA Finals Singapore on Friday.They will face the winner of the match between top seeds Caroline Garcia-Kristina Mladenovic and Bethanie Mattek-Sands- Lucie Safarova, who are set to play later in the day.Both pairs held their serves in the first ten games, and Sania-Hingis were the first to be broken in the 11th. But they broke back in the following game to make it 6-6. The tie-breaker was tightly fought, and the Indo-Swiss pair saved three set points. They dropped two set points of their own, but held on to their third to take the first set in just over an hour.The second set was similarly tight as both pairs lost two serves each by the eighth game. At 5-5, Sania-Hingis secured a crucial break and then held their serve on thhe next one to book a place in the last four.ddddddddddddhis is Sania and Hingis first competition since their reunion. They had split following an early exit at Montreal in July, but had assured themselves of a place in the elite field of eight teams by continuing their sparkling run from 2015 into the early phase of this year..@mhingis & @MirzaSania chat with @AndrewKrasny after a big win!#WTAFinals pic.twitter.com/pMCYT75drB- WTA (@WTA) 28 October 2016Mirza, who has been ranked number one for 80 weeks, can be displaced if she fails to win the event.Even if I lose the number one ranking, thats not going to change anything. I will just be inspired to come back and work harder, Mirza had told ESPN before the tournament. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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