A slow performance from Raptor’s Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozen opened opportunities for the Heat in game four. Dwyane Wade took the game into his hands scoring 30 points to help the Heat get past the Raptors. With 5:01 to go in the fourth and the Heat down seven Wade went on a 5-0 scoring run to cut the deficit to two. Then Patrick Patterson of the Raptors made a tip-in just to be followed by two made free throws by Joe Johnson. Johnson hit another pair of free throws with 1:08 to go in the game, this was followed by a Toronto missed shot and a Dwyane Wade layup. This tied up the game with :13 seconds, the game would head to overtime. With :42 seconds left in overtime DeMar DeRozen made a layup to cut the Heat’s lead to two, this was soon followed by Goran Dragic’s own layup. So the Heat win the game 94-87 Wade leading the way to a game four victory. “It looked dark for a minute,” Wade said after the game, “but there was no quit in us.”The series moves to Toronto on Wednesday for a game five showdown.