The Heat and Raptors went into extra sessions for the second straight game on Thursday night, and while Toronto was ice cold in OT during Game 1, the story was much different for the home team in Game 2.

Toronto scored the first six points in OT and held Miami scoreless until the final 23 seconds, eventually holding onto a 96-92 win.

It was another rough shooting night for Raptors All-Stars Kyle Lowry (7-22) and DeMar DeRozan (9-24), but strong efforts from Jonas Valanciunas (15 points, 12 boards) and DeMarre Carroll (21 points).