The Pacers are headed back to Indianapolis with home court in their series against Miami after they beat the Heat 78-75 on Tuesday.
But the Pacers aren't satisfied. They know they've still got some unfinished business.
"We can't get too excited because we won one game," F David West said. "That is not our goal in this series. We can't overreact because we were able to get one game down here."
Games 3 and 4 are in Indianapolis on Thursday and Sunday.
If the first half was any indication, it looked like the Pacers would be going home down 0-2.
The Heat had the Pacers frustrated on offense because they couldn't run their sets.
Things changed in the second half for the Pacers. They went from trailing by five points to leading by as many as 11 points in the third quarter. And that's why the series is tied.
"We just have to understand that the way we felt after Game 1 is how they're feeling right now," coach Frank Vogel said. "They're going to come and bring everyone they have in Game 3. We can't think about winning two at home. We have to think about one thing and that is keeping an edge while their edge just got sharper."