The last lead change belonged to Dwyane Wade -- and with it went a victory for the Miami Heat.
Wade scored 28 points, the last two on free throws with 1.5 seconds remaining to give the Heat a 97-95 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in a wild back-and-forth game at Miami that featured 38 lead changes and 11 ties.
Chris Bosh scored 16 points and Goran Dragic 14 for the Heat, which survived when Russell Westbrook's three-point attempt from the right wing bounced off the backboard as time expired.
"That felt like the playoffs," Wade said. "That was our best game of the year. From start to finish we really executed. We took the individual challenge....