NBA Eastern Conference Finals Tickets
Teams: Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers
Series: Miami 1 - Indiana 0
It comes as no surprise that the Heat bulldozed their way into the Eastern Conference Finals to square up with the Indiana Pacers.
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|Game 1 - at Miami Heat ||American Airlines Arena ||Miami ||5/22 || |
|Game 2 - at Miami Heat ||American Airlines Arena ||Miami ||5/24 ||View |
|Game 3 - at Indiana ||Bankers Life Fieldhouse ||Indianapolis ||5/26 ||View |
|Game 4 - at Indiana ||Bankers Life Fieldhouse ||Indianapolis ||5/28 ||View |
|Game 5* - at Miami Heat ||American Airlines Arena ||Miami ||5/30 ||View |
|Game 6* - at Indiana ||Bankers Life Fieldhouse ||Indianapolis ||6/1 ||View |
|Game 7* - at Miami Heat ||American Airlines Arena ||Miami ||6/30 ||View |
2012 Eastern Conference Finals Results: The 2012 Eastern Conference Finals went the full seven games as the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat butted heads on the court the entire time. Miami took the first two games at the American Airlines Arena but had to go to overtime in the second game to get the win. Boston stuck to the same schedule at the TD Garden for games three and four as game four also went into overtime.
LeBron James exploded with one of the greatest playoff performances of all time in game six to tie the series after losing to Boston in game five. Game seven made its way back to Miami where the Celtics had no chance as the Heat were still pumped for the LeBron James show in game six. Miami would go on to win game 7 101 - 88 and become NBA Champions against the Thunder.
The Eastern Conference Finals have produced some extraordinary basketball over the years. Since 1947 the 15 Eastern Conference teams fight all season long to obtain one of the eight spots allocated for post-season play in the NBA playoffs. The first step is getting past the first round which will cut the competition in half sending four teams to the Eastern Conference semifinals. The semifinal winners will then advance to the conference finals for a shot at competing in the NBA Finals.
The Eastern Conference Finals follow a best-of-seven series with a home court advantage format of 2-2-1-1-1. The first two games of the series will be hosted by the team with home-court advantage as well as games 5 and 7 if necessary. The opponent will host games 3, 4, and 6 if necessary. In all rounds of the NBA playoffs home-court advantage is determined by record regardless of a teams seed. Most Eastern Conference Finals Wins: