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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