Source: Barry Jackson, Miami Herald 
Within the first week of the season, the Heat saw long winning streaks end against two opponents it has dominated for several years. That did not happen a third time, despite another sluggish start.
The Heat grabbed its first lead one-tenth of a second before halftime and rode a dynamic second half from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade to dispatch the Raptors 104-95 on Tuesday at Air Canada Centre.
Ahead 78-74 after three quarters, Miami unleashed a 12-0 spurt to start the fourth, during which Toronto committed seven turnovers in less than four minutes.