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2019 Schedule
42-40, 1st in Southeast
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Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raptors finished the first quarter a cool 16 of 22 from the field -- an effective field goal percentage of 79.5. Kawhi Leonard and Pascal Siakam each scored 17 points in the period, most of Leonard's from midrange, with Siakam exacting damage all over the floor. The Sixers were no slouch -- 13 of 22 from the field, including 4 of 7 from beyond the arc. After one quarter in Toronto, it's Raptors 39, Sixers 31.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors guard Danny Green playfully correcting teammates who are fielding questions about the Raptors' (pending) second-round matchup against Philadelphia. "The game isn't over yet!" The Sixers lead by 31 at the end of the third quarter in their close-out game.

Fans chant MVP as Kawhi checks out in 4th (0:31)
Kawhi makes incredible one-handed snag for dunk (0:36)

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Lowry injured his right hand during the second quarter, and checked out of the game just before halftime. The Raptors say he will return.

Powell hammers one-handed dunk (0:20)

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Too much Kawhi Leonard, who is blunting every defensive tactic Orlando throws at him. He now has 32 points on 12-for-18 shooting from the field. Toronto leads 92-75 with eight minutes remaining in Game 4.

Ross pulls up from deep to beat buzzer (0:23)

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

The Magic are generating quality offense ... at buzzers. Terrence Ross drains a frantic, 30-foot 3-pointer to end the third after draining a half-court shot Friday at the halftime buzzer. Toronto leads 82-70 with one quarter to play in Orlando in Game 4.

Carter-Williams' jumper beat 1st-quarter buzzer (0:19)

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Orlando coach Steve Clifford had three points of emphasis pregame: + The Magic need to limit turnovers. + The Magic need to protect the glass, something they did well this season. + The Magic need to make better decisions when the Raptors send help. So far, the Magic have racked up seven turnovers, and the Raptors have collected a very high percentage of their misses (36.4 percent). On decision-making in traffic, Orlando has been ok, though most of the offensive improvement is the result of some tough shot-making.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

A sharp-shooting offensive start in Orlando, where the Raptors lead the Magic 28-26 after one quarter. Toronto is finding its way to the rim, and went 11-for-19 in the period. The Magic put together a decent offensive quarter, as well, with Nikola Vucevic scoring eight points on 4-for-5 shooting from the field.

Ross connects on 41-foot buzzer-beater (0:23)
Siakam talks playoff career high (1:08)

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

As Marc Gasol takes a seat with his fourth foul, he gives a little wink to official Tony Brothers, who whistled him twice in two possessions. The Raptors haven't trailed in two games, but cling to 54-53 lead with 8:30 remaining in the third quarter.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

With a successful heave from halfcourt at the second-quarter buzzer, Terrence Ross salvages what was a woeful half of offensive basketball for Orlando. The Magic turned the ball 11 times in the first half, while generating only 11 attempts at the rim. Overall, their effective field goal percentage was an anemic 45.2. For the Raptors, it wasn't significantly better. They were able to manufacture 18 shots at the rim, but converted only seven of them. Kawhi Leonard was uncharacteristically inefficient in the first half -- eight points on 11 field goal attempts, along with a trip to the line for two shots. Toronto 48, Orlando 45 with a 24 minutes remaining in Game 3.

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard is seeing multiple bodies at every incursion to the rim. He's converted only 1 of 7 field goal attempts for 2 points. Accordingly, the Raptors are generating efficient offense, scoring fewer than a point per possession nearly midway through the second quarter, clinging to a 33-31 lead at Orlando.

Team Stats

Points Per Game107.324th
Rebounds Per Game45.415th
Assists Per Game25.512th
Points Allowed106.626th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-194240.512
2017-182557.305
2016-172953.354
2015-163547.427
2014-152557.305