Considering three of the four games in the Miami HeatToronto Raptors series have gone into overtime, it's safe to say that every shot counts.

Take for instance, Dwyane Wade‘s layup with the Heat leading 89-85 over the Raptors with roughly a minute remaining in overtime during Monday night's Game 4. Nine times out of 10, this specific play where Wade drove to the hoop would have resulted in a basket.

This time around, it resulted in the ball getting stuck on the back of the rim:

While the Heat would end up prevailing by a score of 94-87 to tie the series at two games apiece, this sort of thing virtually never happens in a close playoff game.

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