MIAMI (AP) -- DeMar DeRozan scored 40 points, marking the first time he's had that many in consecutive games, and the Toronto Raptors pulled off their 19th double-digit comeback of the season to beat the Miami Heat 101-84 on Thursday night.
The Miami Heat went into the halftime break against the Raptors on Wednesday night up 47-45, thanks to a buzzer-beating layup by Goran Dragic. Also responsible for the lead-changing bucket was a super travel that went uncalled. As Dragic took the outlet pass and began his race to the rim, he put down
Goran Dragic hustle down court and gets the layup to go right before the buzzer expires to end the 2nd quarter.