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Kyle Lowry leaves security guard hanging

Lowry is shooting 30 percent in the postseason and was 0-for-1 on pregame fist bumps.

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What you missed when Steph dropped CP3

Remember when Stephen Curry dribbled Chris Paul into the floor? That wasn't the only thing happening at that moment.

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Mock draft: What if 76ers pick 1st and 4th?

Should the 76ers take Ben Simmons No. 1? What if they get the Lakers' pick, too? And how does the rest of the top 10 shake out? Philly's on the clock. Mock draft (Insider)

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Vogel got stale in Larry Legend's world

Pacers president Larry Bird wants his team to play a certain way, and his coach couldn't deliver. Don't worry, Frank Vogel will be back and better than ever, Zach Lowe writes. Did Vogel get a fair shake?

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J.R. Smith, the 3-point king?

Tom Haberstroh explains that it could happen.

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Raptors top Heat in OT to even series

DeMar DeRozan scored 20 as Toronto outlasted Miami 96-92 to take Game 2 at home.

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Bowen: Lowry can't put team on his back

Bruce Bowen says Toronto's role players need to continue to show up like they did in Game 2 to take the scoring load off Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors G DeMar DeRozan on this series: "It's been ugly."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors G DeMar DeRozan on his injured right thumb and missing six free throws: "It's just something I have to deal with it."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors G DeMar DeRozan says C Jonas Valanciunas was the reason Toronto evened this series.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors PG Kyle Lowry: "I felt great."

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors F DeMarre Carroll was the team's savior offensively, coach Dwane Casey said. Halfcourt offense lacks ball movement, he said.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors coach Dwane Casey on Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan missing 30 shots combined but still winning: "We'll take it."

Valanciunas' clutch helps Toronto to win

Jonas Valanciunas went 7-of-9 from the field and hit this jumper midway through overtime to help the Raptors square the series 1-1.

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Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors PG Kyle Lowry is the first player in the shot clock era with nine straight playoff games shooting under 40 percent while taking 10 or more shots (via ESPN Stats & Info). Lowry did come through with a pair of huge mid-range jumpers late in regulation in Game 2.

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Raptors beat Heat 96-92 in OT to even series 1-1: ViewFromVegas is they did NOT cover as 5-pt home faves (stayed under 189.5 despite OT)

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Final: Raptors 96, Heat 92 in overtime. Miami too generous with 21 turnovers that turned into 24 points for Toronto. Series headed to Miami tied at 1-1 with Game 3 on Saturday. Goran Dragic scored 20 to lead all five Heat starters in double figures. But Miami's bench was outscored 20-13.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors beat Heat 96-92 in OT to even series 1-1. The ViewFromVegas is they did NOT cover as 5-point home favorites and the game stayed under the betting total of 189.5 despite the extra five minutes.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

Final: Raptors 96 Heat 92 (OT). It wasn't pretty, but Toronto will take it, as the series is tied 1-1. Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan went a combined 16-for-46 from the field, but Jonas Valanciunas saved the Raptors by scoring 11 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and overtime while adding 12 rebounds. DeMarre Carroll had 21 points. Game 3 is Saturday in Miami.