ORLANDO — Indiana's offense was missing in action during the second half of Monday's game with Miami.
The result was a 114-92 win by the Heat. Both teams entered the game with 43-27 records, so the loss sends the Pacers into fifth place in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
Indiana got off to a slow start, but managed to tie the score at the half. Miami dominated the third quarter 37-23 and didn't let down in the fourth.
T.J. Warren, who was so hot during the five games since the season restart, was held to 12-points. Victor Oladipo led the Pacers with 14.
Indiana shot just 39% for the game and was out rebounded 58-45.
The Pacers face Houston Wednesday, in the next to last game before the playoffs.