What are the Miami Heat looking for in Game 4?  Exactly what they did in Game 3.

Heat Guard Dwyane Wade called Sunday night's game "Heat basketball."

It's hard to argue with Wade's sentiment.

The defending champs scored 70 points in the first half, en route an easy 114-96 win over the Indiana Pacers.

The Heat featured a balanced attack with all five starters scoring in double figures.

Udonis Haslem was the breakout star of the game.

The veteran forward knocked down 17 points, after many were calling for his benching after poor performances in Games 1 and 2.

On Monday, Wade said the Heat's strategy for Game 4 is simple, "We have to mirror last night's game."

The Heat and Pacers next meet Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.

Game 5 returns to Miami on Thursday.