The Miami Heat gave Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks just enough motivation to rally back from a 15-point deficit when they strutted back to their bench following a timeout with just over seven minutes remaining in Game 2 of the 2011 NBA Finals.
The previous play, a Dwyane Wade 3-pointer from the corner, put the Heat up 88-73 with 7:13 remaining.
You know the rest.
The Mavericks would own the final seven minutes of the game, outscoring the Heat 22-5 during that time to win their biggest game of the season, 95-93, stealing home-court advantage from the South Beach Trio in the process.
Now the series shifts to Dallas, where the Mavericks are 7-1 this postseason, closing out the Lakers and Thunder at home in the previous two rounds.
Join Bleacher Report as we take a look at five major reasons why the Mavericks should be heading home with the hardware when it's all said and done.