Indiana Pacers

Game 2 91.0 - 80.0
Game Date: 2004-05-08

Miami Heat

Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat : Game 2 91.0 - 80.0

Game Date: 2004-05-08

Indiana Pacers's Basic Boxscore
Indiana Pacers's Advanced Boxscore
Miami Heat's Basic Boxscore
Miami Heat's Advanced Boxscore
Indiana Pacers's Shot Chart
Win Probability: Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat
Miami Heat's Shot Chart

Key Players For This Game

Metta World Peace

Nickname: Metta

Basic Player Statistic Summary
Advanced Player Statistic Summary
Nickname: Lamar

Lamar Odom

Basic Player Statistic Summary
Advanced Player Statistic Summary
Indiana Pacers Boxscore Summary
Miami Heat Boxscore Summary
Metta's Shot Chart Summary
Lamar's Shot Chart Summary

Game Summary

The 2004 East Conference Semi-Finals of the NBA Playoffs featured Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat head-to-head, and both teams battled 6 times. Out of the 6 game series of the Conference Semi-Finals of the 2004 NBA Playoffs, Indiana Pacers outdueled Miami Heat , coming ontop of the series and winning 4 playoff games as opposed to Miami Heat ’s 2 playoff games victories.

As we examine the head-to-head stats between both teams, we can see that Indiana Pacers had an offensive rating of 103.4, defensive rating of 90.9, 36.0 free-throw attempts, and 18.0 three-point attempts, shooting it at a 0.389 percent clip as a team. Miami Heat had an offensive rating of 90.9, defensive rating of 103.4, 27.0 free-throw attempts, 6.0 three-point attempts shooting it at a 0.167 percent clip as a team in this playoff game. During the regular season, Indiana Pacers finished the game with a record of 88 , and Miami Heat recorded Indiana Pacers possessions throughout the course of the basketball game. Evaluating Indiana Pacers vs Miami Heat’s based on the advanced stats, Indiana Pacers had a better score in the effective shooting percentage category with 0.531 percent, Miami Heat had a better score in terms of turnover percentage with 18.2 vs 18.2.

The most impactful players on each team in the Indiana Pacers vs. Miami Heat matchup of the 2004 East Conference Semi-Finals NBA Playoffs were Metta World Peace and Lamar Odom based 25 minutes or greater game-minutes played. Metta World Peace for the Indiana Pacers in the Conference Semi-Finals of the NBA Playoffs, put up 16.0 and made 8.0 , 0.0 offensive rebounds 4.0 defensive rebounds, 5.0 assists performance, with a Player Impact Estimate (PIE) of 0.186. While Lamar Odom put up 17.0 and made 9.0, 7.0 offensive rebounds, 5.0 defensive rebounds, 2.0 assists performance, with a Player Impact Estimate (PIE) of 0.184.