The Raptors were down 0-2 and faced the inevitability of a four-game sweep. But Lowry wasn’t about to let that happen.
After combining for just 18 points in Games 1 and 2, Lowry scored 20 in Game 3 and 35 more in Game 4, enabling the Raptors to knot their series with the heavily favored Cleveland Cavaliers at 2-2 with a 105-99 win on Monday night at Air Canada Centre. Game 5 is Wednesday in Cleveland.
Source: Mike Mazzeo of ESPN
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