Raps' mantra: 'Kyle will figure it out'

Updated: May 1, 2014, 1:39 AM ET
By James Herbert | Special to ESPN.com

TORONTO -- Dwane Casey wasn't in the mood to wax poetic about Kyle Lowry. The Toronto Raptors had surrendered 44 points to the Brooklyn Nets in the fourth quarter, and almost squandered a 26-point lead. Lowry had never scored more than the 36 points he compiled on 11-for-19 shooting in Wednesday's crucial 115-113 Game 5 victory. His head coach, though, was more concerned with the almost-disastrous finish.

"He's great," the Raptors coach said matter-of-factly. "He did a great job. ...

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