Five takeaways from the Heat?s 112-108 victory over the Indiana Pacers Saturday night in Miami?s home opener:

1. James Johnson?s first quarter dunk was a thing of beauty. In two weeks when the Heat is on the West Coast playing the likes of the Nuggets, Clippers, Warriors, Suns and Jazz we will have forgotten all the things that went right and wrong for Miami against a bad, rebuilding Pacers team, which was playing on the second night of a back-to-back without center Myles Turner.

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One thing we won?t forget is JJ?s bring-the-funk dunk over Victor Oladipo in the first quarter. Johnson, 30, had his share of big slams his first season with the Heat, but this one was special and is sure to be replayed all season.

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ESPN immediately tweeted out the highlight of the dunk as a SportsCenter Top 10 nominee.

#PosterAlert from James Johnson! #HeatCulture pic.twitter.com/PZd73TLJPS

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