May 28, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Heat center Chris Andersen (11) guards Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert (55) in game four of the Eastern Conference finals of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

2013 NBA Eastern Conference Finals: Indiana Pacers Look to Hypnotize Miami Heat in Game 5

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The Indiana Pacers are on a mission in the 2013 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. Paul George has caught the attention of the mass media, becoming the new darling of the NBA. While the play of George has been good, it’s Pacers Center Roy Hibbert that should be getting the accolades.

Hibbert is averaging 12 rebounds per game and completely dominating the paint. His rebounding has resulted in several put back shots, several of which took place in Game 4 of the series. It’s almost as if the Pacers have the ability to Hypnotize the Heat near the bucket. Chris Bosch has been a non factor thus far, and the Pacers have also taken away easy looks for Miami’s second option Dwayne Wade.

If Indiana can continue their dominance inside, Miami might be playing in their final home game of the season. If the Pacers take game 5 in Miami, I have no doubt they will take this series in six games.

Miami needs to wake up quickly, or they will have the longest offseason of their lives.

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