Tony Parker scored 10 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter, but no two points were more important than the basket he hit as the shot clock expired to give the San Antonio Spurs a 92-88 lead with only 5.2 seconds left. After many looks, it seemed as though the call could've gone either way. In the end, the refs said the shot was good. 

The Miami Heat couldn't respond with a quick basket and the Spurs came away with a slim four-point win to take a 1-0 series lead. 

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[via Beyond The Buzzer]