Miami, FL (Sports Network) - With the game on the line, All-Stars LeBron James or Dwyane Wade didn't take the final shot for Miami, and Indiana held on to even their Eastern Conference semifinal series after two games.
David West scored 16 points and George Hill added 15, including a big free throw with 14.1 seconds left, as the Pacers earned a 78-75 victory Tuesday night.
Roy Hibbert made 1-of-2 free throws with 32 seconds left to give the Pacers a 77-75 lead. Wade then spun around Hill to the left, but a layup attempt came up short.
With 14.1 seconds left, Hill made his first attempt from the charity stripe at the other end, but the second clanked off the rim and the ball was deflected to the other end of the court. Hill tried to save the ball in bounds, but stepped on the end line, giving Miami possession with 8.3 seconds to go.
A three-point try from Mario Chalmers hit off the rim and time expired.
James had 28 points and Wade scored 24 for the shorthanded Heat, who shot just 34.6 percent.
The Heat captured the opener on Sunday with a 95-86 triumph, but lost forward Chris Bosh to a lower abdominal strain. Miami will likely not have Bosh back for the remainder of this series.
Game 3 of the best-of-seven series will be in Indianapolis on Thursday.