Koreen: Game 7 will be the judge of Masai Ujiri's Raptors overhaul

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Two massive battles occupied plenty of televisions on Sunday night, with the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones hitting HBO and Game 7 between the Toronto Raptors Philadelphia 76ers playing out simultaneously. And since his previous efforts to show support for football and hockey teams led to losses for those teams, Drizzy opted to rock a pair of 76ers basketball shorts.

Kawhi Leonard hit a shot from the corner over Joel Embiid at the buzzer that bounced off the rim four times before falling to give the Toronto Raptors a 92-90 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series.in Toronto. See his posts below. The best-of-seven series begins on Wednesday (May 15). He connected. The arena exploded. They evened the series at 2-2 and defended home court in Game 5 to put them one game away from their second Conference Finals appearance in franchise history. "I think he's going to be here for a long time".

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It added: "As such, our partnership with Israel has become untenable and he will no longer represent Asics as a brand ambassador". He went on to speak of the shame he feels towards Australia rugby following the treatment of Folau.

"I guess I get one more and I'm gone for one game". He was traded to Toronto in the offseason along with Green from San Antonio.

Barkley heard the comments and responded before Game 7. "I've had a lot of those times in my career and it feels similar". They said what they said because they believe Brown doesn't deserve the boot, and I'm in the same boat. They're constantly working. They're constantly studying on how they could be better, how they could help other guys be better.

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Philadelphia 76ers head coach Brett Brown didn't have much trouble sleeping the night before his team's biggest game of the season. "Keep the boys in the boat". Joel Embiid led the team with 21 points along with 11 rebounds, but he shot just 6-of-18 from the field in a whopping 45 minutes of action. Lowry's three cut the lead to just a point and with under 20 seconds left, his jumper gave Toronto a 46-45 lead into halftime.

Kawhi had a game-leading 41 points on the day, with eight rebounds, but his highlight moment was the fourth quarter buzzer beater that eliminated the 76ers.

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Guardiola may be without Fernandinho for the visit of Brendan Rodgers' side. "I thought for large spells tonight against a really, really good side we did that".

After bouncing off the rim four times, it went in. Most Improved Player candidate Pascal Siakam has emerged as a viable second option for Toronto, and it looks like Kyle Lowry is heating up (16 PPG in last three games) after a slow start to the postseason. It doesn't change the fact that their failure to reach the Eastern Conference Finals doesn't entirely fall on Brown alone.

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