When the best player in the series is battling the flu, it’s good to know the Raptors have the second-best player to step up. Tell me if this sounds familiar. Raptors jump out to a double-digit lead before the Magic scores anything. Toronto has a dominant performance from their star forward. Raptors overcome a bad officiating crew to pull out the victory.
The outcomes between Game 2 and 3 were very different, but the fact of the matter is Toronto regained home-court advantage and look ready to go for the jugular on Sunday – equipped with the 2 best players in the series!
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In Game 2, Kyle Lowry answered pre-game critics and scored early. In Game 3, Pascal Siakam answered pre-game critics by draining a 3 in the first couple possessions.
Turnovers? Poor officiating? Missed calls? Flu-like symptoms for Kawhi Leonard? Toronto overcame all of these in squashing Orlando’s comeback dreams.
Pascal Siakam improvement from game-to-game has been a microcosm of his season. Call out a gap in his game and he’ll fix it immediately. While Spicy P owned the game, Kyle Lowry owned the moment, pulling in a game-sealing rebound in the dying seconds. Serge Ibaka was the …
Author: JayRosales / Raptors HQ