Miami, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - Lance Stephenson's tap under the chin of LeBron James didn't rattle the four-time league MVP or the Heat. It had the opposite effect. The Indiana Pacers were blown out and Miami moved into the NBA Finals for a fourth straight year. James poured in 25 points in only three quarters as Miami rolled to a 117-92 win in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals Friday night. Chris Bosh also scored 25 to go with eight rebounds. Dwyane Wade and Rashard Lewis both scored 13 points. The two-time defending NBA champions will be on the road for Game 1 of the NBA Finals next Thursday against either San Antonio or Oklahoma City. The Spurs, who lost to the Heat in seven games in last year's Finals, can close out the Western Conference set Saturday night in Game 6. It's the fourth time a team has made the Finals four straight years. The last club to accomplish the feat was the Boston Celtics from 1984-87. Paul George led the way for Indiana with 29 points, and all but one of them came in the second half when the game was out of reach.