The Bench VIP and Kyle Lowry led the Raptors to a decisive Game 4 win. In the last post-game pod, the boys are overly optimistic heading back to Milwaukee. What a difference home cooking makes! Six different Raptors scored in double-figures, and none of them was named Pascal Siakam. The leading rebounder, Serge Ibaka (13 boards), only played 24 minutes. Norman Powell took the “Playoff Norm” title to heart, launching 13(!) three-pointers. It was the type of game that reminded everyone why the Raptors are legitimate title contenders. With the series now a best-of-three, Toronto’s got the momentum, best player in the series (albeit hobbled), and defensive answers to each of Milwaukee’s weapons.
Before the Raptors head to Milwaukee to try and steal home-court, listen along as the boys of That’s A Rap break down the Raptors’ monumental Game Four victory.
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The Bucks limited Pascal Siakam to seven points, dished out 30 assists, and finally got the Khris Middleton breakout game (30/6/7 and 4 triples) they’d been waiting for. Yet, it’s the Raptors who blew out their opponent, thanks in large part to Kyle Lowry and the Bench V.I.P. (VanVleet-Ibaka-Powell)
Lowry’s performance cannot be understated. …
Author: JayRosales / Raptors HQ