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Raptors hold off Pacers to win Game 7

Toronto won its first playoff series since 2001 after outlasting the Pacers behind 30 points from DeMar DeRozan.

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Drake fired up after Raptors' 3-pointer (0:19)
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How do the Raptors stack up against the Heat? (0:45)
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Young fan crashes Hornets-Heat game (0:19)
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Henderson and Varejao ejected after tempers flare (1:09)
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Thompson outscores the Blazers in the first quarter (0:51)
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Davis: Thompson's adjustment led to success (1:53)
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DeRozan draws contact, still makes shot (0:20)
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Larry Bird is the loneliest man in Toronto (0:21)
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Will we see Curry in Game 3? (1:09)
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Heat pass emotional Game 7 test to advance

After staving off elimination in Charlotte, the Heat seized control of Game 7 in the second half and moved on to the Eastern Conference semifinals with a 106-73 rout of the Hornets.

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Pippen surprises Jordan at halftime (0:21)
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POTUS: Kobe and a mic drop (0:20)
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Spurs drop 43 on Thunder in first quarter (1:44)
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Wilbon thinks Thunder have plenty of fight left in them (0:49)
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Aldridge puts on a shooting clinic (1:49)
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Walton: Had to take advantage of Lakers opportunity (1:41)
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Waste of time for Durant to return to Thunder next season? (1:47)
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Thunder's dance party raves into the playoffs (1:40)
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Did Richardson just bite the basketball? (0:16)
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Manute Bol's 6-foot-11 son's between-the-legs dunk (0:23)

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Henderson vs. Varejao ends in ejection

The two had a very close encounter after Anderson Varejao tripped up Gerald Henderson, resulting in double technicals. More chirping later led to ejections for both.

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Young fan crashes Hornets-Heat game

A young fan came running on the court in the fourth quarter to hug Justise Winslow, much to the chagrin of Jeff Van Gundy.

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Raptors hit a 3, Drake gets pumped up

Patrick Patterson drained a 3-pointer at the top of key and got a rousing reaction from Drake.

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Curry: 'Pretty good' chance of playing Game 3

However, Steph Curry did add that his knee is "still painful."

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Paul George cruises to 360 slam

Paul George came up with the steal, dribbled downcourt and threw down a nice slam in the Pacers' loss to the Raptors.

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Pippen and Jordan having a good ol' time

Scottie Pippen and his former teammate, Michael Jordan, are all smiles during halftime of the Hornets-Heat game in Miami.

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Thompson outscored Blazers in first quarter

Golden State's Klay Thompson got off to a hot start, scoring 18 points in the opening frame while the Trail Blazers tallied only 17.

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Klay Thompson channels Steph Curry

The Warriors guard proves he can drain long-range 3-pointers just like his ailing teammate.

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Highlight: Raptors take Game 7 vs. Pacers

DeMar DeRozan scored 30 points to help the Raptors win their first playoff series since 2001. They will meet Miami in the next round.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors' Kyle Lowry on DeMar DeRozan shooting 32 shots tonight: "He emptied the clip tonight."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors G DeMar DeRozan: "We finally got the monkey off our back."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raptors already have Heat scouting reports at their lockers. No time to celebrate with Game 1 Tuesday.

DeRozan draws contact, still makes shot

DeMar DeRozan had a busy night in Toronto's series-clinching win, chucking up 32 shots including this and-1 in the third quarter.

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Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

ViewFromVegas of NBA Playoffs: favorites won Sunday's three games, but were only 2-1 ATS as Raptors didn't cover. Overall, faves at 35-11 straight-up but just 28-17-1 ATS (still a respectable 61.9 percent). Unders have been even better at 31-15 (67.4 percent), but overs are 2-0 so far in the second round.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwane Casey has high praise for Paul George after series -- says George is "back" and compares him to a young Kobe Bryant.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors GM Masai Ujiri just kissed coach Dwane Casey on the head on the podium