No shortage of crazy moments in Raptors-Heat series

The Raptors' series with the Miami Heat has provided fans with some of the craziest moments of the NBA playoffs and Monday's Game 4 was no exception.

Toronto's Bismack Biyombo got things started early with a massive dunk over Miami's Amar'e Stoudemire.


Biyombo was filling in for an injured Jonas Valaciunas who is expected to be out for the rest of the series.

In fact, Toronto's entire bench was forced to step up in Game 4, with Kyle Lowry fouling out late in the game and DeMar DeRozan riding the pine for most of the fourth quarter.


When DeRozan did find himself on the court he was able to cause some trouble for the Heat, though this play likely wasn't one drawn up by coach Dwane Casey.


Instead, it was the Raptors' bench that rose to the occasion as Cory Joseph, Terrence Ross, DeMarre Carroll and Biyombo all put up points in the double digits.


After six lead changes, the Raptors and Heat found themselves tied at 83 at the end of regulation, sending the series to overtime for the third time in four games. 


And it was in overtime that fans were given perhaps the most fitting representation of this back-and-forth matchup of two teams each having trouble getting anything going.


At the end of the five-minute overtime, it was 94-87 Heat as Miami evened the series at two games apiece. Game 5 is Wednesday in Toronto.

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