In what was probably one of the more underrated series of the playoffs, the Miami Heat and Toronto Raptors have put on quite the show for not just their own fans, but anyone remotely interested in basketball.

Four games into the series, the two teams find themselves all tied up after a few close battles that have come down to the wire. An astounding 3-of-4 games have gone into overtime, and the excessive play has taken its toll, specifically on Dwyane Wade. But maybe not in the way you might’ve imagined.

“I don't know how much tighter your butt cheeks can get than this series,” Heat star Dwyane Wade said Wednesday, according to James Herbert of CBS Sports.

Whoa D-Wade, T.M.I.

“It's one of the most grimy kind of series that I've ever played in … the rhythm sometimes is not there, for neither side. But this is Eastern Conference playoff basketball,” Wade said at shootaround.

He’s not the only one who has been experiencing discomforts as a result of the tight series though. Raptors’ head coach Dwane Casey recently admitted he has been experiencing some sleeping problems.

“I've been sleeping like a baby. Waking up and crying,” Casey said.

Sounds like the players and coaches are about as ready as everyone else for this series to be over.

Game 5 will begin at 8pm (EST) and will be a key game for the Heat if they can get a win. Game 6 will take place in front of their home crowd on Friday and going home with a 3-2 series lead would certainly place all of the pressure on the Raptors.

Then maybe we can stop hearing about Dwyane Wade’s butt cheeks.