Nav Bhatia, the Toronto Raptors resident super fan, sat timidly on the sideline. Feet shoulder-width apart with Air Jordan 1’s on, hands joined together across his lap and a red rally towel slung over his left shoulder as he watched Marc Gasol jab-ste
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by: James Herbert @outsidethenba May 20, 2019 at 10:14 am ET • 4 min read — CBS Sports 2h
The Raptors survived a double-overtime scare in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals by playing to their identity
by: VICTOR MATHER — NY Times 2h
Breaking down the last-second shots. (They mostly missed.)
by: A. Sherrod Blakely and Chris Forsberg — NBC Sports Boston 2h
The Raptors played Sunday night with the sort of fight that the Celtics flabbergastingly lacked over the final games of the Bucks series. Chris Forsberg & A. Sherrod Blakely take their daily spin
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star: Doug Smiths Sports Blog 3h
What a gem of a game, that was. Oh, and Kawhi. I am sure Ill say this again but its been a joy. A true joy. They got away with it, though. Marc, Norm, everyone, Danny.
by: Jeff Blair — Sportsnet 3h
Pascal Siakam may not be your go-to guy going forward. But he can be a key piece of the Raptors rebuild should there be one.
by: Scott Stinson — National Post 3h
"It is not often that a basketball game turns into a war of attrition, but that is about what happened on Sunday night"
by: Tom Schad, USA TODAY — USA Today 5h
Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard revealed he's playing with a separated rib on his left side, but he said the injury isn't affecting his play.
by: David Morassutti — Fansided: Tip of the Tower 6h
The Toronto Raptors returned home after a couple of disappointing losses taking Game 3 with a not-so-perfect win in double overtime. Going into Game 3, the...
by: Kevin Arnovitz — ESPN 10h
Staring at an 0-3 hole, the Raptors found a way to win in double overtime despite high minutes for Kawhi Leonard and foul trouble.
by: Angelo Guinhawa — Clutchpoints 11h
Fred VanVleet’s poor showing for the Toronto Raptors in Game 3 ended in more disaster, as he left Scotiabank Arena with a bloodied left eye and stitches. As first reported by Josh Lewenberg of The Sports Network, VanVleet confirmed that he sustained...
by: Larry Brown — Larry Brown Sports 11h
Fred VanVleet's left eye was not looking so great after Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals on Sunday night. VanVleet's Toronto Raptors beat the Milwaukee Bucks 118-112 in double overtime for their first win in the series. VanVleet did not play...
by: Haley O'Shaughnessy — The Ringer 12h
Meanwhile, Giannis forgot how to shoot