Okay, enough already with overtime in the NBA playoffs.
Forget that we morning radio guys and girls have to wake up at stupid early hours in the morning, I don’t think my ticker can take much more.
Last night in Miami, the Raptors and Heat went to overtime again, the third time they’ve needed an extra period in their 2nd round series.
But Toronto couldn’t contain Dwyane Wade, who scored a game high 30 points, to lead Miami to a 94-87 victory to even their series at 2.
And I know this sounds like a broken record, but Kyle Lowry, come on man.
We get it, you’re not 100%, but coming out with 10 points and then fouling out late in the 4th quarter last night… it just doesn’t cut it.
In the playoffs, there’s no room for excuses, get it done or someone else will.
That someone else was not DeMar DeRozan who was held to just 9 points.
Frustrations aside, this series is now a best of 3, and Toronto still holds the home court hammer.
But if Lowry and DeRozan can’t get it together, and the Dino’s can’t stop Wade, I’m not too optimistic of the Raptors’ chances.
Prove me wrong in the 6!