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Magic @ Raptors - Tuesday, April 23rd at 7 P.M.

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Tuesday, April 23rd at 7:00 P.M.

Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, Canada

TV:  Fox Sports FL and NBATV

 

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2019  PLAYOFFS - TEAM STATS

ROUND 1

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Raptors rolling, looking to close out Magic

Associated Press/--Field Level Media

The Raptors have rebounded from a 104-101 home loss in Game 1 to take a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. They are one victory away from a second-round matchup with either Philadelphia or Brooklyn.

Toronto's defense has dominated the series ever since D.J. Augustin's late 3-pointer stunned the East's second seed in the series opener.

Orlando made 14 of its 29 3-point attempts (48.3 percent) in Game 1. The Magic have since gone 29-for-111 (26.1 percent) while totaling just 82, 93 and 85 points after putting up 104 in the opener.

http://www.espn.com/nba/preview?gameId=401126837

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GAME 5 - UPDATE

Associated Press/--Field Level Media

Editor's Take On Evan Fournier

After a 2-for-5 effort in Game 1, Evan Fournier's shooting woes have mirrored the Magic's long-range issues. He's shot 5-for-23 from deep in the last three games.

He felt apologetic after his -- and his team's -- performance in 98-93 and 107-85 home losses in Games 3 and 4.

"It's tough, man, because these fans have been waiting for these games for so long and it's really disappointing to not give them a win," he told reporters after Sunday's loss. "That's a big reason why we want to come back here for a Game 6."

Getting the series back to Orlando will be no easy task. Toronto has rebounded from its Game 1 disappointment to win three games by a total of 56 points.

Aaron Gordon Weighs In

Orlando, which also won on the road as part of a 2-2 split in the regular season, will tip off the must-win contest with vivid memories of having had success on the Toronto court.

"We've shown that we can win there before," Gordon noted to reporters Sunday. "That's the idea -- go out there and fight, definitely fight -- and potentially get back (to Orlando for a Game 6). We get a win out there, then the series is up for grabs."

http://www.espn.com/nba/preview?gameId=401126837

 

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28 minutes ago, fan for too long 2 said:

If I was the coach I would tell the team. “Make sure the raps FEEL you tonight” 

Love it!!! That's the problem with the Magic. . .not enough toughness.

Somebody needs to break Lowry's knees.

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8 minutes ago, Gordon4thewin said:

We are taking this to Game 7. Watch me tonight. 

And where is this name coming from? hahaha!. 

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