VIDEO: Dwyane Wade Leads Sparse Highlights From Mavericks' Game 4 Win Over Heat

The Dallas Mavericks' Game 4 win over the Miami Heat was among the most muddy, defensive battles of the NBA Playoffs to date. The two teams combined to shoot 11-34 in the fourth quarter (32 percent), and just 41 percent for the game. But the Mavericks came ahead with an 86-83 win after a long comeback led by Dirk Nowitzki's 10 fourth-quarter points.

But Dwyane Wade (32 points) and LeBron James (a game-high seven assists) had the best highlight of the game, a brilliant halfcourt alley-oop that saw Wade hang in the air like vulture before hammering home the pass. That play topped NBA TV's Top Five plays of Game 4.

Be sure to follow our 2011 NBA Finals hub for full championship series coverage. For more on Wade and the Heat, visit Peninsula Is Mightier. For more on Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavericks, visit Mavs Moneyball and SB Nation Dallas.

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