Miami defeated Toronto 69-59 in what we'll charitably call a "defensive struggle." The Heat shot 35.3 percent from the floor, but it was enough to overcome the Raptors 32.4 percent.
The only players who had any offense going for Toronto were Ed Davis, who scored 15 points on 7-10 shooting and Terrence Ross, who scored 14 points but needed 14 shots to do it.
Ross' combination of athleticism and ball-handling ability at 6'7 200 allows him to always get a shot off; he'll just need to work on his recognition of what is and is not a good shot for him.
Miami's trio of young players who won a championship ring last season -- Norris Cole, Terrel Harris and Dexter Pittman -- controlled the game, combining to score 40 of their 71 points.
None of the three could get a shot as easily as Ross, but all showed the type of polish you would want to see from guys with NBA experience in this setting.
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