With the series tied 2-2, this could be the biggest game of the season for the Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors.
Game 4 was a masterpiece that was decided in overtime. Toronto's star player Demar Derozan had a meltdown as he couldn't hit a shot down the stretch.
Miami should feel good about their team's chances, as they are more accustomed to playing with smaller lineups. They have had Wade on a minute restriction but still remained effective.
Toronto needs to win this game in the worst way. Lucky for them, they are back at home tonight. Look for them to attempt to establish some type of low post presence this game, which should take pressure off of Lowry and Derozan.
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