At 18 games, Miami’s winning streak is now legal. Indiana has been considered the most viable challenger to Miami in the East, but after getting routed on their home floor, the Pacers and the conference's elite may want to huddle up and regroup for next season. After getting swept in their first two matchups against Indiana, Sunday's victory made Miami the first team to defeat every other NBA team this season. Frighteningly enough, King James didn't even finish among the top three scorers. LeBron pulled up the recliner and scored a baker’s dozen (13) while watching Mario Chalmers, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh score 73 of Miami’s 105 points. Chalmers led all scorers with 26 points while Indiana’s Paul George shot 2-for-11 from the field and finished with just 10 points in 41 minutes while being handcuffed by an unlikely defender.
Mario Chalmers is going to become the modern day Derek Fisher.— Robin Lundberg (@robinlundberg) March 10, 2013
This is exactly how Paul George looked last year in the Heat series...Pacers fans can't be confident going into the playoffs.— Brandon Edler (@MrBrando3) March 11, 2013
Ray Allen locking down Paul George. Sense don't make.— Tom Haberstroh (@tomhaberstroh) March 11, 2013
Battier on West. Ray Allen on Paul George. Those two experiments needto end after today.— Cuffs The Legend (@CuffsTheLegend) March 11, 2013
That was a hell of a chase-down block LeBron had on Paul George. That type of night for Miami. Heat up 79-65 (seems worse than that).— Mike Wells (@MikeWellsNBA) March 11, 2013