Raptors destroy Nets and get their first sweep of history

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Raptors destroy Nets and get their first sweep of history




Pascal Siakam in action during Raptors x Nets


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Pascal Siakam in action during Raptors x Nets


Current champion of NBA, The Toronto Raptors once again passed by Brooklyn Nets and completed the sweep in the series, the first 4 to 0 of its history.

The Canadian team got a fright early in the game. Still in the first quarter, the team’s great leader, Kyle Lowry, twisted his foot and hobbled into the locker room.

Despite the absence of the ace, the game was a massacre. After a good start from the New York team, the Raptors’ advantage only increased during the match, which ended in 150 to 122.

The great asset of Nick Nurse’s team, voted best NBA coach, was the reserve bench. Eight non-starting players entered during the match. Together, they scored 100 points, an incredible mark.


Canadian team closed the first round series 4-0


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Canadian team closed the first round series 4-0


With the ranking, the Raptors now take the Boston Celtics in the semifinals of the Eastern Conference. The first game is on Thursday.

Norman Powell: 29 points, 5 rebounds

Serge Ibaka: 25 points, 15 rebounds

Pascal Siakam: 20 points, 10 assists

Caris LeVert: 35 points, 6 assists

Tyler Johnson: 13 points, 3 rebounds

Jarrett Allen: 8 points, 15 rebounds

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