The  Toronto Raptors led by – DeMarre Carroll (21 points,) and Jonas Valanciunas  (15 points 12 rebounds) defeated the Miami Heat 96-92 in overtime on Thursday night, heading back to Miami 1-1.

Valanciunas scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds in the fourth quarter and overtime while Demar DeRozan chipped in 20 points, Kyle Lowry 18 points, and Terrence Ross 10 more.

The Heat led until mid way through the 4th quarter and eventually the game was tied by the two minute mark. In a similar scenario in game 1, Kyle Lowry (who has been struggling with his shot) hit a half court buzzer beater to send the game into overtime.

Thursday Lowry  was able to get the last shot attempt off again before the final buzzer, but this time unsuccessfully.

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The Heat went cold in overtime, missing their first five attempts, and failed to stop Toronto from scoring on the other end. The Heat didn't score until the last 23 seconds of overtime on a dunk by Luol Deng, and the rest is a Toronto Raptors' victory.

Game 3 is Saturday afternoon in Miami.