The Heat will host Game 5 on Thursday.
"We're not going anywhere. We're going back down to Miami to go out there and fight again," Hibbert said.
The Pacers started fast and spent the rest of the night trying to fend off Miami's continual comebacks.
But with Indiana leading 81-72 early in the fourth, Miami answered with a 14-2 run that gave the Heat an 86-83 lead.
Indiana tied the score on
Indiana was in desperation mode — and it showed.
Bodies crashed to the ground all night. An angry George uncharacteristically smacked the floor after being called for a foul in the third quarter, leading to a technical foul on coach
But the Pacers did not get rattled.
Instead, they answered every challenge Miami posed as they had in the first two games of this series.
When Miami used a 9-0 run to take a 60-54 lead early in the third quarter, Indiana answered immediately with a 10-0 run to regain the lead. When James committed an offensive foul with 2 seconds left in the third quarter, his first turnover since the end of Game 2, the Pacers got a buzzer-beating 3-pointer from Stephenson to make it 77-70.
Even as the Heat rallied in the fourth, charging back from an 81-72 deficit to take an 86-83 lead, the Pacers answered. George tied the score on a three-point play on which James committed his fourth foul.
This was not the same Miami team that dominated Indiana in Game 3. Nor was it the same Pacers defense that got overrun by James and his teammates two nights earlier.
Miami struggled to score early,