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  • Game #57: Indiana Pacers 81 - Toronto Raptors 127






    INDIANA PACERS (33W - 23L) vs TORONTO RAPTORS (41W - 15L)

    SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd 2020
    6:00pm SOTIABANK PLACE


    A win, is a win, is a win


    Last night's 118 - 101 win over "the going no where" Phoenix Suns was both
    entertaining and agonizing. The 2Q was typical ENTERTAINING Raptors ball,
    defense leading to offense leading to buckets.

    The 3Q was AGONIZING as turnovers and mental errors resulted in a faux-NBA
    comeback. According to Coach Nurse "The game lost its rhythm, and
    every ounce of enjoyability, there in the third".

    Yes AGONIZING were the season high 25





    Fortunately for us, Booker was not much of a factor. He missed a 3 that
    would have brought the Suns to within 4 points with 4:45 to go.
    After an OG dunk and another Suns missed 3, a Serge "called it" banked
    3-ball pretty much sealed the deal.

    Siakam had a great night scoring 25 points in the first half and unlike a number
    of games this year, Pascal had a respectable 2H scoring 12 more points. Overall he
    was 12 - 19 for a total of 37 points. He also grabbed a team high 12 rebounds.

    Raptors also had a season high 13 blocked shots led by OG and CB with 4 each





    Next up, the INDIANA PACERS (33W - 23L). The Pacers are in 6th place,
    6 1/2 games ahead of the Brooklyn Nets in the Eastern Conference.

    The Pacers are coming off a 106 - 98 win over the NYK.
    T.J. Warren led the team with 27 points, Domantas Sabonis added 24 points
    and 13 rebounds. The Pacers won their second straight after a six-game
    losing streak (incl. 2 Raptor Wins).

    Victor Oladipo, did not play in the 4Q due to back spasms. He finished with
    eight points in his eighth game after returning last month following a year absence
    with a ruptured quad tendon in his right knee.



    INDIANA PACERS (33W - 23L)

    PG - ?





    SG - ?






    SF - ?






    PF - ?






    C - ?







    Now for TORONTO RAPTORS (41W - 15L), 2nd place in the
    Eastern Conference and 3rd overall in the NBA.

    The Raptors have won 8 straight at home. They have 3 more home games
    followed by a 5 game road trip.

    This is their final game against the Pacers and for the season are 2W - 1L.
    Next game is Tuesday Feb. 26th against the NBA leading Milwaukee Bucks.





    TORONTO RAPTORS (41W - 15L)​​​​​


    PG #7 Kyle Lowry








    SG #23 Frederico








    SF #3 OG Anunoby








    PF #43 Pascal Siakam








    C #9 Serge Ibanka








    GO - RAPTORS - GO
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    Last edited by Zak24gege; Sun Feb 23, 2020, 03:47 PM.

  • #2
    Nice thread zak. Lets go get this W and let the Pacers know that they can't beat us
    To be the champs you got to beat the champs

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    • #3
      Sunday night game, let's go!

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      • #4
        Bucks leading the 76ers early tonight - Simmons with back issues - he's going to the locker room every time he subs out

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        • #5
          Ebonhawke wrote: View Post
          Bucks leading the 76ers early tonight - Simmons with back issues - he's going to the locker room every time he subs out
          Speaking of back dipo is doubtful for tomorrow
          To be the champs you got to beat the champs

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          • #6
            Ebonhawke wrote: View Post
            Bucks leading the 76ers early tonight - Simmons with back issues - he's going to the locker room every time he subs out
            Without Simmons Sixers have no chance vs Bucks...

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            • #7
              Zak24gege wrote: View Post

              Without Simmons Sixers have no chance vs Bucks...
              He started the game - just needs attention in the locker room when he's normally subbed out

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              • #8
                bertarapsfan wrote: View Post

                Speaking of back dipo is doubtful for tomorrow
                More minutes for Holiday is not a good thing from a Raps pov he kills us!

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                • #9
                  Ebonhawke wrote: View Post

                  He started the game - just needs attention in the locker room when he's normally subbed out
                  He played very well for Team Lebron...

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                  • #10
                    Simmons now ruled out for the rest of the game

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                    • #11
                      Odd offensive sets for the 76ers - they've been moving the ball around outside, but they're not a three point shooting team, so it hasn't been really effective - haven't really been looking to feed inside at all

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                      • #12
                        Embid actually playing like a big man right now vs trying to be Steph Curry

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                        • #13
                          1. Ebonhawke wrote: View Post
                            Simmons now ruled out for the rest of the game

                          Embiid looks more aggressive in working the low post.

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                          • #14
                            Philly keeping it close...

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                            • #15
                              Robin Lopez even shooting 3's now. Learning from his bro. They have a bunch of big bodies...CB having nightmares.

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