Source: Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
Here was the scene in the final seconds. LeBron James limped down the sideline with his arms raised. The white-clad Heat crowd exhaled and stood to cheer.
Dwyane Wade, who had the ball, dribbled out the final seconds, staring up the clock, then raising his index finger to signify what mattered most now, what this season was down to after Tuesday night.
One more win. One more game. One more night like the Heat's 104-98 win in Game 4 on Tuesday night and the Heat's season ends with the reason this team came together two summers ago.
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