Game 2 was not fun to watch for Toronto. Luckily, the boys are here to discuss what went right and how the Raptors can still turn this series around. If there’s anything to gain from the Raptors during these playoffs, it’s how they’ve responded when their backs are against the wall. Down 0-1 at home vs. Orlando, and down 1-2 on the road vs. Philly, Toronto revived their season with impressive victories. That resiliency will be put to the test on Sunday, when the NBA’s best team visits Scotiabank Arena.
Before jumping ahead, we had to discuss the debacle that was Game 2.
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When one team dominates another, it’s tough to find encouraging numbers for the losing squad. However, the 39-point third quarter was more than encouraging, especially as the highest scoring quarter allowed by the Bucks during the playoffs. Norm Powell was a welcome sight off the bench, for a change. Serge Ibaka, while still struggling, can be a glimmer of hope with his usage increasing over Marc Gasol’s. Ibaka’s best numbers this season, and throughout his career, have come against Milwaukee.
Powell may have played himself into a starting …
Author: JayRosales / Raptors HQ