Brian Kotloff
Saturday May 25th, 2013

(Issac Baldizon/Getty Images) Heat guard Dwyane Wade threw an elbow to the head of Pacers guard Lance Stephenson (left) during the fourth quarter of Game 2. (Issac Baldizon/Getty Images)

The NBA is reviewing Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade's elbow to the head of Indiana Pacers guard Lance Stephenson during Friday's Eastern Conference Finals Game 2, according to USA Today's Jeff Zillgitt.

The play occurred with 4:05 left in the fourth quarter of the Pacers' eventual 97-93 win, which tied the series at 1-1. No foul was called on Wade, who was running back on defense after committing a turnover.

Stephenson fell to the floor but remained in the game.

[THOMSEN: Pacers' growing resilience leads them past James, Heat]

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