Raptors Close To Extinction

The Cleveland Cavaliers breezed past the Toronto Raptors in game two on Wednesday night 125-103.
“We’re in the same place we were in last year,” coach Dwane Casey said. “Until a team wins on another team’s court, it’s not a series. They played well, we shake their hands. . . But we haven’t scratched the surface of where we can go. We take our butt-whooping and go home.”
The high scorers of the night for the Raptors may surprise you. The Lithuanian Lion Jonas Valanciunas scored a team high 23 points where LeBron ames sunk 39.
“They’re defending champs, and they’re looking. . . you know. . . that’s what they look like right now,” Kyle Lowry said post game. “They’re playing extremely well.”
LeBron James passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (5,762 points) for second place on the all-time postseason scoring list with his 25th point in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors.
“I’m feeling pretty good,” he said. “Just blessed I’m able to make a few plays tonight to help us win another game.”
“I mean, it proves that you’re a winner,” Tyron Lue said. “Proves that you’re always in the playoffs and you’re always giving your team a chance or an opportunity to win, so. The more points you have in the playoffs, the further you’ve been and the more times you’ve been to the playoffs, so it’s a great achievement.”
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