Udonis Haslem insists he meant no harm. The NBA deemed otherwise, and the Miami Heat will be without one of their cocaptains when they try to close out the Indiana Pacers Thursday night.Haslem Wednesday was suspended for Game 6 of the Miami-Indiana Eastern Conference semifinal series, in which emotions boiled over in a Heat romp Tuesday night. The NBA also said Miami reserve center Dexter Pittman will miss three games in response to his flagrant foul against Indiana backup guard Lance Stephenson in the final seconds of Game 5.Indiana’s Tyler Hansbrough was not suspended, though the league upgraded his foul against Miami’s Dwyane Wade to a flagrant-2. Hansbrough struck Wade in the head, opening a cut over his right eye. Haslem soon after committed a flagrant foul against Hansbrough.The Heat lead the series, 3-2, after a 115-83 win Tuesday night. Pacers team president Larry Bird told The Indianapolis Star his team was “soft’’ in Game 5.“I agree,’’ Indiana’s Danny Granger said. “We got beat up, we got bullied, and we really didn’t respond well.’’‘D’ team named The Heat’s LeBron James was the leading vote-getter for the league’s all-defensive squad, while Defensive Player of the Year Tyson Chandler didn’t even crack the first team.The league’s coaches, who did the voting, favored Orlando’s Dwight Howard, the NBA’s leading rebounder and its top defensive player three straight years before Chandler, as their center.Also on the first team were Thunder forward Serge Ibaka, who led the league in blocks; Clippers guard Chris Paul, the league leader in steals; and Grizzlies guard Tony Allen.Joining Chandler on the second team were Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett of the Celtics, Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, and Chicago forward Luol Deng.Shaq, Magic to talk? Sources told ESPN The Magazine’s Chris Broussard that Shaquille O’Neal, who began his legendary NBA career in Orlando, may meet with the Magic as soon as next week about their vacant general manager job . . . An Oklahoma judge has ordered the release of a man arrested in connection with a shooting that left at least eight people wounded following an NBA playoff game. Rodney Hill was released from custody, pending additional investigation into the shootings Monday night in Oklahoma City’s Bricktown entertainment district. Officers arrested a 17-year-old boy Tuesday. © Copyright 2012 Globe Newspaper Company.