LeBron James scored 22 points while grabbing 12 rebounds, and dished out eight assists. Dwyane Wade dropped nine assists while also scoring 24 of his own points. The Heat's offense was roaring, shooting 58.2 percent from the field. Ray Allen had a big game off of the bench, scoring 20 points on four-of-six shooting from beyond the arc. Allen's 20 points were more than the Raptor's bench combined.
The Raptors were led by Rudy Gay's 27 points and eight rebounds. Kyle Lowry missed all seven of his field goal attempts and had only three assists. The Raptors made only two of their 20 three-point field goal attempts.
The Heat pulled away in the fourth quarter. Going into the final frame, the score was only 76-73. Miami outscored Toronto 32-18 in the fourth and cruised while elongating their winning-streak.
They are now tied second overall for the longest winning streak in NBA history (Houston Rockets, 2007-2008). The Heat travel to Boston Monday to face the Boston Celtics in the second-half of their back-to-back and will attempt to leap ahead of the 2007-2008 Rockets for the second-longest in NBA history.