Playing short-handed inside for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Miami Heat's combination of Ronny Turiaf and Joel Anthony found a way to contain the Pacer's 7-2 center, Roy Hibbert.

Two days after former Pacers' coach and current president of basketball operations Larry Bird called his Pacers "soft," Hibbert finished with a modest 12 points and eight rebounds. The result was a 105-93 Heat victory and a 4-2 win in the series.

Three games ago, the favored Heat had lost two in a row and found themselves down 2-1 in the series. They desperately needed someone besides LeBron James or Dwayne Wade to step up offensively. They found that player in forward Udonis Haslem, who scored 14 and 10 points in Games 4 and 5, respectively.