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No, I wouldn’t either, but Jonas Valanciunas did – sagging from the corner to protect against a non-existent dribble-drive threat — and the result was a wide-open Jeff Green corner three: Or how about double-teaming a largely stationary James, who is attended to by OG Anunoby? De Rozan didn’t think so and the result was a wide-open Korver triple.And does it makes sense to double-team Kevin Love in the post when the result is going to be an open three on the weak side? So it makes even less sense for two defenders to get sucked over, but that’s what the Raptors do on this play. Not one Cavalier other than James scored 20 points in a game against Indiana because they were disciplined in their coverages; they let James get his and stayed home everywhere else.Radar technology is a perfect complement to a video surveillance solution by providing crucial information about detected objects that video cameras can’t, such as exact position, and speed and direction of movement.

Sportsnet reserves the right to close a story’s comment section at any time. And they did it even while making a long list of correctable physical and mental errors that the Raptors were still almost able to overcome. After a post-game debrief with the coaching staff and flurries of texts back and forth into the wee hours of the morning, by daybreak came the calm realization: The Raptors had come close, agonizingly close, to exorcising a haunted mansion’s full of demons in their series opener against Le Bron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.If we had the opportunity to come back and play tonight, we would have played [Wednesday]. This team now believes they can beat the Cavs – even with Le Bron James – as long as they don’t beat themselves.“I think we’re just more, just like ‘okay, we know what we did wrong’,” said Kyle Lowry. We’re just an overall different team.” They just need to play like it. Miles – who had two of the four missed putback attempts off the potentially game-winning three by Fred Van Vleet in the final seconds of regulation time – pointed out: “That play isn’t what lost the game though.“[The] last couple years I think we played the first two on their floor and it was blowouts … The frustration of the missed chances to win the game at the end of regulation and overtime had faded overnight. We could have won the game, but it’s not what lost the game.” Why did they lose the game?How about we start on the defensive end, which seems funny to say considering the Cavaliers shot just 41 per cent from the field and James needed 30 shots to scored his 26 points. It was easy to get distracted by the noise after Game 1.Both the event, and Donnie's escape, seem to have been caused by supernatural events.Donnie's mental illness, if such it is, may never allow him to find out for sure.We’ve just got to bottle it up a little bit more.” Which is where this season feels different that years past. “We learn from our mistakes, we learn from the things that we did.Down 0-1 against Cleveland the past two seasons, the only thing Game 2 felt like was another opportunity get blown out. I’m sure they’re happy, they didn’t play their best game but they still won …