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NBA Wildcat Watch: Playoff Edition (Sept. 11)

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Lowry and the Raptors are looking to return to the Eastern Conference finals with a win on Friday.

NBA: Playoffs-Toronto Raptors at Boston Celtics Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA Playoffs’ Eastern Conference semifinals are coming to an end on Friday.

The Milwaukee Bucks fell to the Miami Heat in five games, and now the Heat is waiting to face the winner of the exciting Toronto Raptors vs. Boston Celtics.

The Raptors initially lost the first two games of the series, came back to tie things up. Then they lost Game 5, but won in double-overtime on Wednesday to force the Game 7.

Check out the playoff schedule, then come back later for updates to see how Kyle Lowry did.

Kyle Lowry

The Celtics knocked off the defending champs in a close 92-87 series finale.

Lowry had 16 points in the loss, with six boards and four assists.

Up Next: Series winner plays Miami Heat in Eastern Conference Finals


Looking Ahead

Donte DiVincenzo/Milwaukee vs. Miami:

  • Game 1: Miami won, 115-104 (1-0, Miami)
  • Game 2: Miami won, 116-114 (2-0, Miami)
  • Game 3: Miami won, 115-100 (3-0, Miami)
  • Game 4: Milwaukee won, 118-115 OT (3-1, Miami)
  • Game 5: Miami won, 103-94 (4-1, Miami)

The Heat will play the winner of the Toronto-Boston series in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Kyle Lowry/Toronto vs. Boston:

  • Game 1: Boston won, 112-94 (1-0, Boston)
  • Game 2: Boston won, 102-99 (2-0, Boston)
  • Game 3: Toronto won, 104-103 (2-1, Boston)
  • Game 4: Toronto won, 100-93 (2-2, tied)
  • Game 5: Boston won, 111-89 (3-2, Boston)
  • Game 6: Toronto won, 125-122 2OT (3-3, tied)
  • Game 7: Boston won, 92-87 (4-3, Boston)