Raptors must forget ugly Game 6

Updated: May 3, 2014, 1:22 AM ET
By Ian Begley | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- If there was one thing Raptors coach Dwane Casey wanted his young players to do prior to Game 6, it was to let what happened late in Game 5 go.

If you'll remember, Toronto gave up an eye-popping 44 points to the Nets in the fourth quarter of its Game 5 win.

So, a couple hours before tipoff of Game 6 on Friday night, Casey was talking about the importance of getting his team to "stay in the moment."

"Let the last play go," Casey said, "and get the next one."

Unfortunately ...

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