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99 Overall
  • 89 INS
  • 92 OUT
  • 89 PLY
  • 94 ATH
  • 92 DEF
  • 92 REB

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    STOP SLEEPING!!!!! OMG OMG OMG OMG. RAPTORS REPEAT 2020 CHAMPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Stop. Lets take a look at the stats.

    Raptors shot 41.2% from behind the arc. Lakers shot 25% from behind the arc. Raptors shot 88.5% from behind the line. Lakers shot 72.7% from behind the line. OF COURSE THE RAPTORS WON, I DON'T THINK YOU CAN POSSIBLY LOSE IF YOU OUTSHOOT YOUR OPPONENT BY THAT MUCH. If they both shot 36% from three, the score would've been 104-101 LAKERS WIN.

    BESIDES THIS IS A MEANINGLESS GAME FROM THE LAKERS. If they were trying to win they probably wouldn't have ran an 11 MAN ROTATION and played KYLE KUZMA 28 minutes.

    Lakers were going 75%, Raptors were going 95%. Tryharding is a skill, and it's great the Raptors play so hard, but in a PLAYOFFS situation the other team will play that hard TOO.

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    We all know that the Raptors defense is amazing. They're 2nd best in the league. But like I've been saying, they struggle to score the ball. This game was no different: they shot 42% from inside the arc and despite shooting so well from beyond, they only scored 107 points.

    The Raptors are 18th in halfcourt offense. In a playoffs situation when the game slows down, they'll struggle to score. Siakam as great as he is, is not efficient as an iso/get a bucket guy. Lowry is on or off, but unless the Raptors are hitting every three they take, they will struggle to score against elite defensive teams.

    The Raptors are 13-15 vs teams with winning records. I do think they can compete against any team in the league, but let's calm down a bit.