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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Lowry sparked a mini Toronto spurt with a layup and a steal. It's coming down to the wire here in Toronto late in the fourth.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwane Casey needs an offensive coordinator. Like, in the worst way.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Goran Dragic is cooking. His jumper apparently made it through customs. What a turnaround for a guy who was essentially in the dumps midway through the Charlotte series. Heat with their largest lead at 75-65 early in the fourth.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat go up by 10 with 9:50 left in the fourth. Goran Dragic has outscored Kyle Lowry 23-2. Raptors in trouble as they've had trouble getting easy looks on offense.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwyane Wade and Goran Dragic combine for 19 of Miami's 27 points in the third quarter to put the Heat ahead 68-63 entering the fourth. Miami has put itself in position to steal this game despite sluggish offense and 14 turnovers.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Heat 68 Raptors 63 end 3. Dwyane Wade and Goran Dragic combined for 19 points in the quarter. Meanwhile, Kyle Lowry has two points and three assists on 1-for-7 shooting. DeMar DeRozan has 16 points and is 3-for-13 after a 3-for-3 start.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are some characteristics Carmelo Anthony's looking for in a coach: "Being able to hold guys accountable, but also having a relationship with the player. Kind of seeing things from a players' perspective as well as a coach's perspective," Anthony said in an interview with Complex.com. "I think if you can build that camaraderie between a coach and a player, I think you're onto something."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwyane Wade has nine of his 13 points in the third and the Heat have a 60-57 lead. Kyle Lowry finally hit a jumper for his first points.

Kerr: Steph won't play, but he's improving

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Steph Curry has been doing pretty well in the rehab process the past couple of days.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony explains why he'd like to be kept in the loop on the Knicks' coaching search: "You gotta think about it, this is gonna be a long-term journey of playing and you consider me being part of that plan then I would want to know what's going on," he told Complex.com last week. As of last Thursday, Anthony hadn't spoken to team president Phil Jackson about the coaching search.

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Kobe Bryant went to Disneyland. And the fans loved it. [Credit: @9MarkyMark3/Twitter]

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Kobe celebrates retirement at Disneyland

The Happiest Place on Earth got a little happier for Lakers fans Sunday when retired legend Kobe Bryant made an impromptu appearance at the park. Enjoying retirement

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