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Highlights from Heat’s insane first half against Pacers (VIDEO)

May 26, 2013, 11:49 PM EDT

The numbers seem unreal: 70 points on 62.8 percent shooting, 15 assists to one turnover, LeBron James 7-of-11, Udonis Haslem 6-of-7.

The Miami Heat played about as perfect a half of basketball as they could and with that overwhelmed a very good Pacers’ defense. The result was a 14 point lead at the break that only grew in the second half to become an eventual blowout in Game 3, putting Miami up 2-1 in the series.

When a team is making plays like this, hitting shots like this, all you can really do is tip your cap to them.

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