John Wall and the Washington Wizards were confident ahead of a must-win Game 6. But the Toronto Raptors didn’t budge. On Friday night, Kyle Lowry and company would punch their ticket to Round 2.
Despite a worrying performance from DeRozan (6-of-18 shooting), Lowry didn’t wilt under any pressure. He would pick up his teammate’s slack by shooting 9-of-15 from the field and 3-of-7 from deep. Meanwhile, a three-point halftime lead for the Wizards didn’t last long.
In the meantime, according to ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk, coach Dwane Casey is ready to move on. Even if he’s taking a parting shot at the Wizards in the first place.
“Dwane Casey on closing out this series on the road and Raps moving on: ‘We got bigger fish to fry.'”
In an interesting move, Wizards’ point guard John Wall didn’t play for the final 3:15 of the third quarter. Once again from Youngmisuk:
“John Wall sat the final 3:15 of the third quarter to get a breather. It was the first time in three games, Wall did not play the entire second half after logging all 24 minutes in Games 4 and 5.” order clomid online cheap, generic clomid.
Now the Raptors are moving on. Up next, they take on either the Cavaliers are Pacers. Right now, that series looks like it’s headed towards a Game 7. However, do the Raptors have what it takes to keep moving on?
Let’s get weird.