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Heat season ends in Game 7 loss to Toronto

Raptors beat Heat, move on to Eastern Conference Finals

The Heat couldn't keep pace on the interior against the Raptors
The Heat couldn't keep pace on the interior against the Raptors

TORONTO – The Miami Heat's season came to an end Sunday against the Toronto Raptors.

The Raptors' guards dominated, and the Heat had no answers in the paint as Toronto won 116-89.

Toronto took the series 4-3 and will face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals starting Tuesday.

The Raptors started to heat up in the third quarter.

Kyle Lowry hit a layup to put Toronto up 62-53.

The Raptors led by as many as 17.

After three quarters, the Raptors led the Heat 86-78.

The Raptors went into the half up 53-47.

Joe Johnson got rolling in the second quarter. Johnson hit three straight floaters in the paint to give Miami a 37-36 lead.

Dwyane Wade got into early foul trouble. He sat midway through the first quarter with two fouls.


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