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Here are five thoughts on the Eastern Conference first-round series between the Toronto Raptors and Brooklyn Nets following Game 5, including the play of Kyle Lowry, Joe Johnson, Kevin Garnet and Paul Pierce, as well as head coaches Jason Kidd and Dwane Casey. 1. KYLE LOWRY: Brilliant in Game 5. Watching him Wednesday night brought me back to watching Allen Iverson torch the Raptors in the 2001 playoffs. Considering Lowry is a Philly guy and one of the guys he looked up to as a young player was Iverson, I couldnt help myself but to draw comparisons. A totally different players but one quality that truly makes them alike is that they are both incredible competitors. Not the size of the dog in the fight but the fight in the dog. In the last five quarters of play (Game 4, 4th quarter and Game 5), other than the magic of Vince Carter, I cant recall a better stretch of play ever from a Raptor on so many fronts. Enjoy it - Im mesmerized by it. 2. JOE JOHNSON: Give him credit. Major bounce-back in the second half of Game 5. He was close to unstoppable. Raptors did everything they could to contain/control him and he was that much better. Im sure a significant focus of game planning for Game 6 will centre on tightening the screws on both the individual coverages associated with him and the collective scheme based upon the help you have to give his defender. He is an absolute load. Im so impressed by his talent. 3. RAPTORS FIRST THREE QUARTERS VS. 4TH QUARTER: It looked like five guys stole Raptors shirts early in the 4th and tried to imitate the real guys. In the first three quarters we saw the Raptors at their truly best - ball movement, defensive energy, effort, discipline and most importantly, a collective will and confidence that the crowd fed off of. In the fourth, we saw a team that cruised and thought it would be easy and let up with its focus. Very fortunate that they hung on, yet when I reflect on it for the majority of the game they were far better, which is good. Now its about learning from that lesson and growing. Remember back in early December at Golden State? It was the Raptors biggest collapse in franchise history and lost to the Warriors. This time, a huge collapse as well - the difference - they won and won on a much more meaningful stage than the stage back in Oakland. Speaking of Oakland, the late Al Davis (Oakland Raiders) would say just win, baby! They did. One to go but it wont be easy. Their competition has lots to play for; it should be a major challenge and lots of fun to watch. 4. KG AND PAUL PIERCE: They were spectators Wednesday night in the 4th quarter and Im sure both men will be ready to go Friday night in response to that. I dont think there have been many times in either guys career that they sat and watched at crunch time. Im sure well see two angry/ornery guys in Brooklyn talking smack and challenging their teammates and the crowd to be at optimal level. Lots of folks piling on KG these days. I respect what hes done in his career. Is he the player he once was? No, but his effort and will to win are still there all the time. Pierce - Hes still got a lot left and his matchup at the four spot is still a tough cover for the Raptors, yet I do like that the Raps are now making him guard his guy and attacking him. Fully expect both guys to come out firing guns blazing. Be prepared. 5. JASON KIDD AND DWANE CASEY: Both coaches, Im sure, are working on their teams collective psyche as we enter Game 6. Kidd challenged his team before Game 5 to be much better in the 4th quarter after being outplayed by the Raps in Games 3 and 4 in the defining stanza. They were awesome in the 4th Wednesday night… the other three quarters, not so impressive. Im sure hes pushing momentum and carryover. Coach Casey will hammer the fact that you must sustain and play every possession at the max and learn/build on the fact that you won, yet have to respect the little details of the game. You also sell that momentum in a series that lasts only as long as you allow it to or make it happen. As much as the Nets want to sell that theyre now going to pick up where they left off, youve got to sell that the score always takes care of itself if you do the right things. You concentrate on doing the right things" each possession and youll find a way in Game 6, or if necessary, Game 7. Wont be easy to put Brooklyn away Friday but it can be done. Dictate the tone and personality of Game 6 right at the start. Winning/losing - thats too much sometimes to focus on. Dive into the details of what it takes to succeed and youll handle the pressure of a road game better. Nemanja Matic Jersey .com) - The New York Jets have named Mike Maccagnan their new general manager. Matteo Darmian Jersey . 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Sergio Romero Jersey . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell.San Juan, PR (SportsNetwork.com) - In their second game of the season, the 17th-ranked Connecticut Huskies take on the College of Charleston Cougars in the opening round of the 2014 Puerto Rico Tip-Off at Coliseo Roberto Clemente. The College of Charleston has been in action twice already on the young season, first claiming a 75-40 at Furman last Friday, but then falling at home to Gardner-Webb, 80-67, on Monday. It was not the most impressive start to the season for the defending national champions, but UConn managed to escape with a 66-53 win over Bryant last Friday in its season opener. The winner of this contest moves on in the tournament to face the winner of the Texas A&M/Dayton matchup, with the loser of each contest also squaring off. With wins of 77-60 in 1995 and 68-52 in 1990, UConn has a 2-0 edge in the all- time series with Charleston. Charleston hung with Gardner-Webb in the first half, but couldnt keep up after the break. The Cougars shot 39.3 percent from the field leading up to intermission, but dipped to 38.7 percent after. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs improved to 53.6 percent shooting over the final 20 minutes to pull away for the win. The Cougars also suffered a 46-40 disadvantage in rebounds. Joe Chealey scored 17 points to lead the way in the loss, while Adjehi Baru (10 points, 12 rebounds) and Donovan Gilmore (10 points, 11 rebounds) each posteed double-doubles.dddddddddddd Anthony Stitt got in on the action as well, netting 12 points. Terrance ODonohue did not score a single point, despite starting the game, and was one of three players to foul out. Stitt (15.5 ppg) has been the most consistent scorer in a small sample size, while Baru (13 ppg, 10 rpg), Chealey (11 ppg) and Gilmore (11 ppg) are all averaging double figures as well. Replacing Shabazz Napier was the biggest priority for UConn coming into this season. It appears that Ryan Boatright, who was an instrumental part of last seasons national title run as Napiers backcourt mate, is ready to take on that responsibility. Boatright netted 24 points, grabbed eight rebounds, handed out four assists and tallied four steals to carry UConn past Bryant. Boatright was especially impressive in the second half when he scored 16 points, while helping the Huskies improve to 63.6 percent shooting. They had only made 34.4 percent of their field goal tries in the opening frame. Outside of Boatright, the rest of the team had some issues, but like most good teams, the Huskies found a way to win. Amida Brimah scored 12 points and blocked five shots, Sam Cassell Jr. netted 10 points in his first game as a Husky, and Daniel Hamilton finished with nine points and seven rebounds in his collegiate debut, although he made only 4-of-10 shots from the field. ' ' '


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