May 25, 2016, 8:39 pm
Kyle Lowry scored only 13 points on 5-of-12 shooting and committed five turnovers in Wednesday night’s Game 5 loss to the Cavaliers.
He’s shot 4-of-14, 4-of-14 and now 5-of-12 in three games on the road against the Cavs and he’ll need to solve his road woes if the Raptors want any chance at winning the series. The team coughed up the rock 18 times collectively and shot below 40% which is inexcusable in a conference final. The Raptors were down 31 points at the half which was the largest lead at the half in NBA conference final history. With the loss, the Raptors will be facing elimination on Friday night at the Air Canada Centre. They’ll need a lot more from their All-Star point guard who will once again face criticism and will have to work to shed his inconsistent label in the postseason.