By Zarar Siddiqi
This was ugly.
A look at the Raptors OT defense against Miami in OT – sans Bismack Biyombo.
A gut-wrenching, heartbreaking, vomit-inducing, rage-inciting loss in Game 4 is squarely pinned on Dwane Casey’s pee wee league coaching and DeMar DeRozan continuing to choke hard.
Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan were ball-dominant down the stretch in the Raptors Game 3 win. We look at the “under 5 minute” offense and see what was run.
Raptors lead the Heat 2-1 with pivotal Game 4 looming in Miami. No Jonas Valanciunas, and likely no Hassan Whiteside means that the series is born anew.
Oakley been talking.
The Raptors offense struck early in OT and faltered after, but didn’t require heroics down the stretch.
Individual highlight compilations for Jonas Valanciunas, DeMarre Carroll, and Terrence Ross.
The Raptors take Game 2 by climbing on the giant shoulders of Jonas Valanciunas.
Lowry spoke with ESPN about his shot, and the difference in OT between Game 1 and Game 2.
The Raptors came up empty on four straight overtime possessions, allowing Miami to build an 8-point lead that turned out to be insurmountable.
Kyle Lowry and Jonas Valanciunas individual highlights.