LeBron James took over at the end of regulation. Chris Bosh tied the game in overtime. And Dwyane Wade provided the exclamation point, moments before the power was knocked out at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Miami's "Big Three" was big time.
And the Heat needed every one of their clutch plays.
Wade's jumper with 0.1 seconds left gave the Heat a 93-91 win against the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night, a game where James scored his team's last eight points of regulation to lead a wild comeback and that omnipresent question -- "So who takes the big shots for Miami at crunch time?" -- had three answers.