NBA Playoffs TV Schedule: Channel and Time for Game 4 of Miami Heat vs. Indiana Pacers's Eastern Conference Finals

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May 28, 2013 03:06 PM EDT
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Indiana Pacers' David West (L), Lance Stephenson (C) and Paul George react near the end of Game 3 of their NBA Eastern Conference final basketball playoff series against the Miami Heat in Indianapolis, Indiana, May 26, 2013. REUTERS/Brent Smith "

The Eastern Conference Finals will have the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers in action. Want to watch Game 4 on your TV? Here's the channel and game time as the Heat have an opportunity to have a 3-1 lead in the series. 

Game Time: 8:30 p.m. ET 

Channel- Where to Watch: TNT 

The Heat are coming off a huge 114-96 victory over the Pacers in Game 3. Miami played their brand of ball, spreading the floor and knocking down buckets from the perimeter. Mario Chalmers came alive, finally, scoring 14 points, while Udonis Haslem stole the show going 8-9 from the floor and scoring 17 points. Of course, though Haslem's performance was excellent, it was LeBron James who finished with the game high scoring 22 points. 

It was an unselfish game all around for both teams, but it was the Heat who had more support from their role players. Combined, Haslem and Chalmers had 31 points compared to Paul George and Lance Stephenson's 20. The efficiency was overwhelming as Haslem and Chalmers went 12-15 and while George and Stephenson finished 5-20. 

The fact that George and Stephenson took the same amount of shots says it all. The Heat went on to shoot close to 55 percent, while the Pacers finished under 40 percent. Miami played clean basketball turning the ball over just five times. The Pacers weren't too sloppy, but they finished with 11 turnovers, which proved costly nonetheless. 

The Heat have a chance to put their foot on the Pacers throat. Win today and Miami could have a 3-1 lead heading back home where they can ice the series and face the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals. The Spurs swept the Memphis Grizzlies and will be extremely well rested as the NBA Finals don't begin until June 6. 

The formula for the Heat is involving everybody on offense, while the Pacers need to help Roy Hibbert, David West and George Hill on offense. George had an off night and Stephenson continues to throw air ball after air ball. It is hard for the Pacers to count on Stephenson, but George powers the offense as West and Hibbert have been extremely consistent in this series. 

Join Chuck, Shaq, Kenny and Ernie on TNT as they are, without a doubt, the best show on televisions bringing one percent basketball and 99 percent entertainment to your homes. It's Game 4 between the Heat and Pacers Tuesday night. 

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