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Major League Baseball has been slow to use technology to enhance umpiring. That doesn't mean it should add to the current system before thinking it through, says Joe Lemire.
The consensus says Indiana is in over its head against Miami, despite winning the season series. It won't be easy, but Rob Mahoney outlines a possible blueprint for a massive upset.
SI.com's Peter King takes a look at which holdouts, rookies and injured stars he'll be watching as OTAs continue.
One year ago the Pacers grabbed homecourt advantage and a 2-1 lead in their Eastern semifinal before LeBron James and Dwyane Wade exploded offensively, winning the next three games for Miami en route to the title. Some things haven't changed: Wade is hurting physically now, as he was last year, and the Pacers will be hoping to exploit their advantage in size. But there are also two crucial differences: Miami enters this rematch with the confidence of a defending champion, while the Pacers' leading scorer of one year ago, All-Star veteran Danny Granger, has been injured and replaced by Paul George, a third-year small forward just finishing his first year as an All-Star.