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Watch live: Raptors trying to claw back into Game 6

Tune to ESPN & WatchESPN for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Cavs 86 Raptors 74 end 3. Kyle Lowry has 30 points including 18 in the third but it probably won't be enough. One quarter left to try and save the season.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

102 games into the season, and the Raptors are in trouble as they've trailed by as many as 20 late in the third quarter.

Bogaerts pushes hit streak to 20 games
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Jackie Bradley Jr.'s hit streak might have come to an end at 29 games, but teammate Xander Bogaerts continues his run making it 20 straight games with a single in the fourth inning.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Patrick Patterson in for Luis Scola in the second half as Raptors coach Dwane Casey tries something different with the team's season on the line.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the bad news for the Raps at the half: they can't run the Cavs off the perimeter with Cleveland making 10-of-15 3's in the first half. And LeBron James is attacking the rim with the intent to end the series and has 21 points. Dwane Casey has plenty of adjustments to make in order to keep the Raptors' season alive.

LeBron making it look easy
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LeBron James pump fakes to get past DeMarre Carroll and then throws down a powerful one-handed slam.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Cavs 55 Raptors 41 at the half. The difference? The 3-point line where Toronto is 2-for-12 and Cleveland is 10-for-15. LeBron James also has 21 points, which is a problem.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors have shot 3-for-15 from the field in the second quarter and 1-for-9 from 3 in the game and trail 44-36. They have missed so many open shots and layups.

Higuain scores Argentina's lone goal
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Gonzalo Higuain scored a stunning goal, but Lionel Messi's injury cast a shadow over Argentina's 1-0 win over Honduras.

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Valanciunas, Jefferson get physical
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It's starting to get chippy up in Toronto. Jonas Valanciunas and Richard Jefferson both picked up technical fouls because of this scuffle. (Live on ESPN, WatchESPN)

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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James knows the moment and has come out aggressively looking for his offense. Looking to set the tone for his team in a close-out game, James made 5-of-6 shots -- his only miss was a heat check contested 3 after sinking his first four shots -- and has 14 points points after one quarter. On the last two Cavs' possessions of the first quarter, LeBron drove hard. Cory Joseph stripped him on the first but he got to the rim easily on the second drive. Cavs lead 31-25 entering second.

Did Biyombo deserve a flagrant for elbow?
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Former NBA referee Steve Javie evaluates what type of foul Bismack Biyombo deserves for elbowing Kevin Love in the face.

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Love takes Biyombo elbow to the face
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As Bismack Biyombo goes up for the basket, his elbow hits Kevin Love in the face, which leads to a flagrant foul for Biyombo. (Live on ESPN, WatchESPN)

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors C Bismack Biyombo has picked up a flagrant foul, meaning he's picked up enough points to where he'd be suspended for a Game 7 if there is one. Now, there's also a possibility the NBA could decide to rescind the call later. We'll see how this plays out to see if it matters.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Jonas Valanciunas approved of his Mini-Me, shown on the big screen during the last time out to the roar of the Air Canada Centre crowd.

Irving connects with LeBron on slam
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Kyrie Irving to LeBron James. Textbook alley-oop. (Live on ESPN, WatchESPN)

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Messi leaves friendly with apparent injury
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The Barcelona star went to the ground after a knee to his torso and was seen holding his back as he gingerly walked off the field in the 64th minute with the score 1-0.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors trail 15-8 early and LeBron James has hit his first three shots. With their forwards struggling to make shots and this being a do-or-die game wonder if Dwane Casey goes to Jonas Valanciunas earlier for scoring.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Game 6 starts with a three-point play for Raptors G Kyle Lowry, who has been much better at home in this series than on the road.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Walking behind Drake and his entourage. They arrived earlier than normal for Game 6. For Game 4, Drake showed up after the game started.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers 19-year-old rookie starter Julio Urias lasted just 2 2/3 innings in his debut Friday against the Mets. He was limited to 90 pitches regardless of how he performed, but was lifted at 81 pitches after walking his fourth batter of the day and loading the bases. The Mets led 3-1 in the third inning when he departed.

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