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Game #42 Pacers (26-12) @ Raptors (29-12) Sunday January 6th 2019 SN1 900(St Johns) 830(Halifax) 730(Toronto) 630(Winnipeg) 530(Calgary) 430(Vancouver)

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  • golden
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    No problem with Kyle and Kawhi being out tonight - the message was sent last night.

    Could see some extended Boucher minutes tonight. Also, that's a late start for a Sunday game in T.O. Can remember when 1pm used to be the norm. Helps the Raps get a little bit more rest, hopefully.

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  • The Great One
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    It's almost february and Kawhi still can't play in back to back games?

    Raps are basically giving this game away. The Pacers are just 1 game back in the standings.

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  • Jclaw
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  • consmap
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    planetmars wrote: View Post

    Ahh fuck

    Anyway, congrats to bertarapsfan for gifting us a big win last night. This next one isn't gonna be pretty

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  • Puffer
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    Thanks for stepping up to the plate last game bertarapsfan. Entering this one brimming with confidence, and a serious "get to work" attitude. I like the teams chances.

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  • Rudy Bargnani
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    Last game against the pacers it seemed like the raps struggled against their size without JV. As soon as we went small they had a tough time hanging with us.

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  • Scraptor
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    Dipo will be a handful, may need to throw multiple guys at him. He seems to finally be recovered from his knee issue last month. I actually think Delon might be a useful cover on him at times. He's a step too fast for Danny and too powerful for Freddy.

    Also watch out for Sabonis, he is having an excellent season and we are going to really feel the loss of JV against him.

    But Kawhi is going to destroy Bogdanovic. This will be his first back to back of the year so hopefully he makes the most of it in potentially limited minutes.

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  • Day One
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    As promised a little better, appreciate you getting the thread up quick time. In bertarapsfan we trust to take us back to first place in the NBA.

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  • Game #42 Pacers (26-12) @ Raptors (29-12) Sunday January 6th 2019 SN1 900(St Johns) 830(Halifax) 730(Toronto) 630(Winnipeg) 530(Calgary) 430(Vancouver)

    Starting Lineups
    PACERS
    PG-Darren Collison
    SG- Victor Oladipo
    SF- Bojan Bogdanovic
    PF- Thaddeus Young
    C- Myles Turner

    RAPS
    PG- Fred Van Vleet (Kyle Lowry)
    SG- Danny Green
    SF- Kawhi Leonard (Norm Powell)
    PF- Pascal Siakam
    C- Serge Ibaka

    The Pacers have been waiting in Toronto for the Raptors since Saturday. Coming of an OT win in Chicago, they come in as the hottest team in the league, winners of their last 6. The last lost for the pesky team from Indianapolis came right here in Toronto on December 19th. They set the pace for the first 3 quarters before the Raptors switched to small ball in the final Q and the game came down to the final possession with a last second foul by OG going uncalled. Lets hope Drake did his job and took Cojo and the boys out for a night on the town.

    Your Raptors earned what has to be one of the top 3 wins of the season in Milwaukee Saturday night. After a sluggish few weeks we saw a performance reminiscent of the team we came to love early in the season. The starters all logged heavy minutes last night and with the status of both KL's unclear the raps will be looking for a spark from an unlikely source. Expect a tough game but if the raptors can play with the same energy they gave in the 2nd half in Milwaukee they will finish off a tough week with 3 out of 4 wins.

    GO RAPS
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