Miami defeated Indiana in a close match with a final score of 70-68. Miami had better percentages in FG, FT, and 3-point goals, while Indiana made more turnovers. Miami made 5 steals and blocked 5 shots, with Pendande leading with 2 blocks. Indiana, on the other hand, made 3 steals and blocked 2 shots. The top scorers for Indiana were Holmes with 22 points and Berger with 17 points. Miami took an early lead in the first quarter and maintained it in the fourth quarter to secure the win. The match was officiated by Fatou Cissoko-Stephens, Kevin Pethtel, and Gina Cross. The top keywords from the content are 3-Point Goals, Miami, Indiana, turnovers, and FG percentage.


Miami 70, Indiana 68: A Close Victory

The Miami team secured a narrow 70-68 victory over Indiana in their recent match. The FG percentage for Miami was 46.809%, while their FT percentage was .720%. They also had an impressive 3-point goals percentage of .571, making 8 out of 14 attempts. Harden, Roberts, Hal.Cavinder, Han.Cavinder, and Erjavec made the 3-pointers for the Miami team. They managed to block 5 shots, with Pendande leading with 2 blocks.

Miami had 13 turnovers during the game, with Pendande contributing 5 turnovers, followed by Hal.Cavinder with 2. Han.Cavinder, Roberts, Harden, Dwyer, and the team also made a few turnovers. Miami made 5 steals in total, with Han.Cavinder making 2, followed by Hal.Cavinder, Roberts, and Erjavec, who each made 1 steal. No technical fouls were made during the game.

Indiana had a FG percentage of 40.984% and an FT percentage of .765%. They made 5 out of 15 3-point goals, with a percentage of .333. Garzon made the most 3-pointers for the team, making 3 out of 5 attempts. Holmes made the highest score of 22 points for Indiana, followed by Berger with 17 points. Indiana managed to block 2 shots, both by Holmes. They made 7 turnovers, with Berger and Garzon making 3 turnovers each. Moore-McNeil made 1 turnover. Indiana made 3 steals in total, with Holmes, Garzon, and Moore-McNeil each making 1 steal. No technical fouls were made during the game.

The match was closely contested, with Miami taking an early lead in the first quarter and Indiana making a comeback in the second and third quarters. However, Miami managed to maintain their lead in the fourth quarter, securing their victory. The officials for the match were Fatou Cissoko-Stephens, Kevin Pethtel, and Gina Cross.

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