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MIAMI (6 - 8) at INDIANA (8 - 6)
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MIAMI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-8-7.66-811-3111.556.144.8%58.3111.355.644.8%55.8
Road Games3-3-0.43-35-1114.257.745.1%57.2114.359.045.6%58.5
Last 5 Games2-3-22-34-1108.258.645.9%53.6109.052.844.0%56.4
MIAMI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)111.556.140-8944.8%12-3336.7%20-2771.9%581223247167
vs opponents surrendering111.656.341-8945.9%11-3235.7%18-2476.6%551124227156
Team Stats (Road Games)114.257.741-9245.1%11-3334.7%20-2773.3%571223257166
Stats Against (All Games)111.355.640-9044.8%11-3036.8%20-2772.4%561122258136
vs opponents averaging110.455.341-9045.3%11-3234.6%18-2476.3%541123227145
Stats Against (Road Games)114.359.042-9245.6%10-2933.9%21-2971.8%581224278157

INDIANA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-6+1.26-76-8105.754.448.4%51.1103.053.744.2%49.6
Home Games3-3-0.73-31-5104.353.746.3%55.599.548.343.1%48.5
Last 5 Games2-3-1.12-32-3100.651.044.8%53.8103.256.645.2%48.8
INDIANA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)105.754.441-8548.4%9-2536.6%15-2169.8%51822209145
vs opponents surrendering109.254.940-8845.6%11-3135.2%18-2376.0%541023227145
Team Stats (Home Games)104.353.740-8746.3%10-2736.9%14-2166.9%55921198135
Stats Against (All Games)103.053.737-8344.2%13-3437.4%17-2180.0%50922217166
vs opponents averaging108.454.539-8944.5%12-3335.3%18-2377.2%541122228145
Stats Against (Home Games)99.548.335-8243.1%13-3636.9%15-1980.9%48722207156
Average power rating of opponents played: MIAMI 94.1,  INDIANA 95.7
MIAMI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/17/2018@ ORLANDO101-104L-2.5L207.5U38-9739.2%651639-9441.5%6712
10/18/2018@ WASHINGTON113-112W6W215O38-9739.2%691638-8146.9%5214
10/24/2018NEW YORK110-87W-8W218U39-8148.1%621433-9136.3%5212
10/30/2018@ CHARLOTTE113-125L3.5L221O41-8747.1%411544-8154.3%5114
11/3/2018@ ATLANTA118-123L-5.5L225.5O41-8647.7%491646-8852.3%4916
11/5/2018@ DETROIT120-115W2.5W219.5O44-9844.9%641743-10441.3%7220
11/7/2018SAN ANTONIO95-88W-1W216.5U36-9338.7%691331-9433.0%5712
11/14/2018@ BROOKLYN120-107W-2W214O46-8554.1%551741-10240.2%6015
11/16/2018@ INDIANA              
11/18/2018LA LAKERS              
11/23/2018@ CHICAGO              
11/25/2018@ TORONTO              
11/30/2018NEW ORLEANS              

INDIANA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/19/2018@ MILWAUKEE101-118L3.5L217O38-8743.7%531744-9347.3%6117
10/22/2018@ MINNESOTA91-101L2L229U36-9139.6%531636-8542.4%5815
10/24/2018@ SAN ANTONIO116-96W1.5W210.5O46-8752.9%441035-8740.2%5113
10/27/2018@ CLEVELAND119-107W-7W213.5O48-7464.9%371540-8646.5%4515
10/31/2018@ NEW YORK107-101W-6T208.5U45-8354.2%471534-7943.0%4517
11/2/2018@ CHICAGO107-105W-7L213.5U40-8547.1%471142-8947.2%4814
11/9/2018@ MIAMI110-102W-2.5W207O43-7954.4%541836-8045.0%4923
11/11/2018@ HOUSTON103-115L2.5L210O36-7846.2%481336-7448.6%4715
11/21/2018@ CHARLOTTE              
11/23/2018SAN ANTONIO              
11/26/2018@ UTAH              
11/27/2018@ PHOENIX              
11/29/2018@ LA LAKERS              
12/1/2018@ SACRAMENTO              
MIAMI: LAST SEASON: 44-38, lost in Eastern Conference first round.
COACH: Erik Spoelstra (11th season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Goran Dragic (17.3 ppg), G Tyler Johnson (11.7 ppg), F Josh Richardson (12.9 ppg), F Kelly Olynyk (11.5 ppg), C Hassan Whiteside (14.0 ppg).
PLAYERS TO WATCH: It's the final season for Dwyane Wade, who is still going to be a vital piece of the puzzle if Miami is going to have success this season. Whiteside needs to return to past form, after a frustrating 2017-18 season where he was dogged by injuries.
OUTLOOK: The Heat brought back virtually the same team, with the exception of some new players on two-way deals. It speaks to a few things ' how they didn't have much financial flexibility this summer with so many players under long-term contracts, but also a belief that if healthy Miami can compete in an East that no longer has LeBron James. That being said, the health concerns are already evident in how Dion Waiters won't be ready to return for several more weeks while he continues rehabbing his surgically repaired ankle and James Johnson missed the preseason while recovering from hernia surgery.
INDIANA: LAST SEASON: 48-34, lost in Eastern Conference first round.
COACH: Nate McMillan (third season).
PROJECTED STARTING FIVE: G Darren Collison (12.4 ppg, 5.3 assists), G Victor Oladipo (23.1 ppg, 2.36 steals), F Bojan Bogdanovic (14.3 ppg) , F Thaddeus Young (11.8 ppg, 6.3 rebounds), C Myles Turner (12.7 ppg, 6.4 rebounds, 1.82 blocks)
KEY LOSSES: G Lance Stephenson, C Al Jefferson
KEY ADDITIONS: G Tyreke Evans, F Doug McDermott, F Kyle O'Quinn, G Aaron Holiday
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Oladipo spent most of the offseason fine-tuning his game in hopes of proving his first All-Star appearance was no fluke. He needs to demonstrate he can still excel while being the focal point of opposing defenses. Turner worked on getting stronger and more flexible, hoping it will make him a better rebounder and more consistent defender. Evans and McDermott add scoring punch off the bench.
OUTLOOK: Last year's surprise ascension in the Eastern Conference could be just the start. The entire starting lineup returns intact along with the top two bench players (Domantas Sabonis and Cory Joseph). Evans, McDermott and O'Quinn should strengthen the bench. And if last year's first-round pick (T.J. Leaf) and this year's top pick (Aaron Holiday) produce as McMillan believes they can, they could become a serious threat to conference favorites Boston and Toronto.
Heat need big effort from Dragic at Pacers

For Miami Heat guard Goran Dragic, the victory over Brooklyn was needed desperately.

"We lost three games straight, so this game was huge for us," said Dragic, whose team won 120-107 Wednesday night.

"We had a little meeting to just try to get that swag back and everybody was pumped, everybody was cheering for each other and we just followed the recipe that Spo (Coach Erik Spoelstra) and the coaching staff tell us before the game. How we need to defend, how we need to play and when we do that, when we focus enough, it's a little bit easier."

The Heat (6-8) will play at the Indiana Pacers (8-6) Friday night.

The visiting Pacers beat the Heat 110-102 a week ago, scoring the final 12 points. However, Dragic was out that game with knee injury. Dragic struggled in his return, going scoreless in a loss to Washington Saturday. He followed that up with 22 points in a loss to Philadelphia Monday and 21 against Brooklyn.

Pacers coach Nate McMillan said having Dragic makes a huge difference.

"It's a really good team," McMillan said. "It's team that scrapes. They get after you. They have length and speed out on the floor. He's a floor general. He does a good job initiating their offense in transition. He's a strong point guard who can pretty much get to where he wants to on the floor, does a good job of scoring and setting up his teammates. So a very smart guard, normally does a good job of establishing the tempo for them."

Pacers guard Victor Oladipo said Dragic has the ability to produce points for himself and his teammates.

"We definitely have to be ready to play and make sure we do a great job of trying to slow him down," Oladipo said.

Dragic is averaging 17.1 points and 4.8 assists. Josh Richardson leads the team with a 20.1 average.

Defense was the difference for the Heat against the Nets.

"It has to be the way for this team," Spoelstra said. "It's hard hat, lunch pail every day and there is no other way."

Spoelstra said he liked his team's approach the last few days before the Brooklyn game.

"Those things don't guarantee anything, but you try to build habits and guys really committed with the efforts, with their voices to make it tough," he said.

Spoelstra said there was an effort to protect the 3-point line.

"We've been trying to do that all season and we've struggled sometimes and sometimes we look like this," Spoelstra said. "I'm sure there is a little emotional feeling of not having (Caris) LeVert (injured Brooklyn guard), we know that as well as anybody, and we've gone through that quite a bit. But, they still have dangerous players and the way they play is a tough way to defend. You have to scramble, you have to protect the paint and you have to get out to the 3-point line and in many cases, two or three steps past that. For the most part our focus to do that was adequate."

Heat guard Tyler Johnson scored 24 points off the bench against the Nets. Johnson hit 9 of 12 shots after shooting below 42 percent in the previous four games.

"We need him to be aggressive, too, off the bench," Spoelstra said. "We've been able to insert him a little earlier in the game since Dwyane (Wade) is away and that's kind of activated him and gotten him engaged quicker. He's reading it as well because not every play is just to make to the rim, but the aggressiveness is important for us. It's good for him to see the ball go in the rim because he's putting the effort in."

Wade will miss his seventh consecutive game on paternity leave.

Last Updated: 5/22/2019 9:09:33 AM EST

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