After a thrilling double OT win on Sunday, the Raptors are back at it again in Toronto for Game 4. And this time they’re looking to even the series. The Raptors are back in business. After dropping the first two games on the road in Milwaukee, the Raptors played desperate in Game 3 to pick up a win in double-overtime. It was a thriller of a game, with Marc Gasol getting it started and Kawhi Leonard bringing it home. There was missed free throws, big steals, limping players, and everything else that you would expect from a double-overtime game. That emotional roller-coaster is over though. Game 4 is here, and the Raptors are looking to even up the series at two games apiece.
The key points haven’t changed much. The Raptors are confident in their half-court defense against Giannis Antetokounmpo, but they aren’t as strong defending transition. Milwaukee scored 29 fast-break points in Game 3 (to the Raptors 18) and Antetokounmpo grabbed 23 rebounds. Not a good recipe when both teams get on the move.
Besides that, the Raptors will need to get their offense going. Can Danny Green, Fred VanVleet, and Pascal Siakam make some threes? Can the Raptors keep the offensive flow …
Author: Ben_Scott / Raptors HQ