Pacers could not stopped the rampaging champion Miami Heat from entering their fourth consecutive NBA finals by the end of whistle on Friday. Lebron James and Chris Bosh were the key destroyers of the Indiana Pacers, each scoring 25 points respectively.
In a game filled with excitement and rapturous applause, the two-time defending champion Miami heat set the court ablaze by outscoring Pacers 117 – 92.
This game six blowout launched Miami Heat among the elites as they became the first team to reach the championship four times in a row. This has not happened since the Boston Celtics did it between 1984 and 1987.
The Heat is the third team in NBA history to make the finals four straight years. The Celtics made a staggering 10 in a row from 1957-66, then the Los Angeles Lakers did it from 1982-85. Boston was also the last team to do so, beginning in 1984.