Monday, May 20, 2019

Game 3 Eastern Conference Finals For May 19th Featuring The Bucks vs The Raptors, News & Notes & The One Above!!

Honor and power be to the One above! Now let your glory reign from heaven above! Oh God you reign and we proclaim that there is none like you!!!   

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Kawhi Leonard willed his team
in the double OT victory
The Milwaukee Bucks took their 2 – 0 series lead on the road as they were looking not to go back and forth, but in order to do so, they will need get past the Toronto Raptors and We The North in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Raptors put up 30 in the 1st frame and were aided by the Bucks shooting 7 for 21 as Giannis Antetokounmpo got off to a slow start and really didn’t recover offensively as he scored a playoff low of 12 points, but did have 23 Big Boy Rebounds, but committed 8 turnovers. Speaking of turnovers, the Bucks turned the rock over 20 times which led to 21 Raptors points. After being down by 7 at halftime, the Bucks went on a run to trim the Raptors lead to two and by the end of regulation, Pascal Siakim, who finished with a double-double of 25 points and 11 rebounds, missed two key free throws with 7.4 seconds left in the game to break the 96 tie. The Raptors would have to battle in OT without Kyle Lowry and Norman Powell who both fouled out, but with the play of Marc Gasol and Siakim, that gave the Raptors much needed injection of offense and defense. Although he wasn’t as efficient, he still managed to pour in 36 net popping points along with a key steal with less than two minutes in the final overtime frame and Kawhi Leonard eventually led his team to the 118 – 112 double overtime victory as they are now down 1 – 2 in the series.

Damian Lillard playing with a
separated rib
For your Quick NBA News & Notes, Golden State Warriors guard Andre Igoudala MRI results were clean on his left calf and is questionable for potential close out Game 4 tonight and finally, Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers, revealed that he is playing with a separated rib that he suffered in the 3rd quarter of Game 2 against the Warriors but won’t use that as excuse.

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