Game time: Sunday at 2 p.m.
TV: Sun Sports
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have played some of their best basketball against Chris Bosh's former team, and the Miami Heat have yet to drop a meeting with Toronto since the three joined forces.
They've yet to face a Raptors squad featuring Rudy Gay, though.
The Heat seek a 10th straight victory in this series Sunday as they conclude a four-game road trip against Toronto, which looked rather impressive in Gay's debut.
James scored a career-high 56 points at Toronto on March 20, 2005, while playing for Cleveland, and he has four of his 34 career regular-season triple-doubles versus the Raptors - the latest being a 31-point, 10-rebound, 11-assist performance in a 123-116 overtime home victory Jan. 23.
Wade netted 35 points in that contest and is averaging 31.5 in his last 11 against Toronto. Bosh has thrived in two trips to Air Canada Centre as a member of the Heat (29-14), averaging 27.5 points.
The Raptors, though, looked good in Gay'...