Kawhi Leonard connected on a fadeaway from the right corner as the final buzzer sounded (the first game-winning field goal at the buzzer in a Game 7 in NBA Playoffs history) to propel the Raptors over the 76ers by the final score of 92-90 tonight in Toronto to win the series 4-3 and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals for the 2nd time in franchise history (2016). Kawhi Leonard led all scorers 41 points (franchise record in a Game 7, previously 35 points – K. Lowry 5/15/16), 8 rebounds, 3 assists and 3 steals. Joel Embiid paced the 76ers with 21 points (6-18 FG), 11 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 blocked shots in the losing effort. The Raptors will face the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference Finals, with Game 1 set to take place at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee on Wednesday, May 15th at 8:30p.m. ET on TNT.

GAME 1: 🏀: Raptors vs. Bucks 📅: May 15, 8:30pm/et 📺: TNT

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  1. Wouldn’t it been something if that was the championship shot in Toronto. I was happy they won but the ending was so anti climatic..

  2. Nobody ever brings up the fact that my guy really took 5 steps before he dribbled the ball off the inbound pass.

  3. All I want to say is raptors deserved this but jimmy said it best if the coach let jimmy and embid get more shots and Ben didn’t get so many shot opportunities they possibly could’ve won

  4. Man. Kawhi is a beast! But that missed free throw at the end brought my mind back to that game 6 of the Spurs vs Heat, when he missed the one free throw and Ray Allen hit the shot.

  5. Embiid was lazy not going for rebounds, Ben was a bum passing up against smaller defenders, Jimmy needed the ball more but they didn’t give it to him until it was too late,


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