1. Jimmy Butler’s 56 points against the Bucks
The eighth-seeded Heat’s series win over the top-seeded Bucks will go down as one of the biggest upsets in NBA history, and Butler’s 56-point masterpiece in Game 4 will be remembered as the round’s shining moment. Butler was unstoppable, pouring in 19 of his 28 shots as he dominated with post-ups, cuts and jumpers. No matter who the Bucks put in front of him, Butler muscled his way to his spot, rose and scored. It is the highest-scoring playoff game in Miami Heat history, and the Heat needed nearly every one of those points to beat the Bucks by five and take a commanding 3-1 lead in the series.