Shift all your Mother’s Day plans because we’ve got a Game 7 on Sunday evening! Listen as we skim through last night’s game and look forward to a promising Game 7. Destiny.
The Raptors and 76ers split Games 1 and 2, then split Games 3 and 4, followed by home blowouts in Game 5 and 6. We’re talking about 2001, of course, and that series ended with a missed buzzer-beater by Vince Carter. Come Sunday, we’ll find out if the symmetry to the ‘01 series will come full circle.
For now, we’ve got three agonizingly long days to lament over a missed opportunity to eliminate a pesky foe. To tide you over, have a listen to the latest episode of That’s A Rap.
On The Latest Episode:
Ben Simmons finally showed up! The All-Star’s aggression was akin to Kyle Lowry’s transformation in Game 4, and adds an extra wrinkle to how Nick Nurse strategizes for Sunday.
Raptors did not close quarters well, getting outscored 16-6, 9-2, and 18-6, in each of the first three quarters, respectively. On the bright side, the Raptors are destined to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals.
FYI: for series tied 2-2, the winner of game 5, by at …
Author: JayRosales / Raptors HQ