What started as an offensive slog, turned into the Jimmy-Kawhi show. Listen as the boys pick apart Game 2 of Raptors-Sixers. For the first time since mid-March, the Raptors did not lose to a 3-pointer in the final five seconds. Although, their Game 2 loss to the 76ers was heart-breaking all the same.
So, the Raptors got out to a slow start. They trailed by double-digits at halftime. The starters led a third quarter comeback. Kawhi Leonard hit a slew of clutch buckets. Kawhi found a teammate for an open three in the dying seconds. Does any of this sound familiar?
Let’s hope the Raptors recover in Philadelphia the same way they recovered from the Game 1 loss to Orlando. Check out the latest episode as we dissect Game 2, with an eye toward Thursday’s momentum-swinging game.
On The Latest Episode:
Toronto got another outstanding performance from Kawhi Leonard (35/7/6) and Pascal Siakam (21/7/3 + 4 steals), along with inspiring play from Kyle Lowry (20/5/5 + excellent D). Unfortunately, that’s where the positive numbers end.
The bench was outscored (again). How bad has it gotten? Greg Monroe – yes, that one – scored twice as many points (10) as the entire Raptors bench (5). The Sixers were the aggressors …
Author: JayRosales / Raptors HQ