Tuesday night’s Raptors-Heat game in Toronto had *a lot* going on, especially for a random regular-season NBA game in January.

We’ll first look at how the game ended, on this layup from Miami’s Wayne Ellington with 00.3 seconds left (and then Raptors star DeMar DeRozan nearly hit a full-court shot):

But the night also included two fights, beginning with Serge Ibaka and James Johnson trading punches in the third quarter. They were both ejected from the game.

And shortly after the game ended, DeMar DeRozan and Goran Dragic got into it. Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra came in to separate them:

It certainly won’t be difficult to find interesting storylines if these teams meet in the playoffs. Toronto (28-11) is currently the No. 2 seed in the East, while the Heat — winners of five straight — are the conference’s No. 4 seed.

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