Orlando Magic Vs Toronto Raptors; 2019 NBA Playoffs Reaction


Orlando vs Toronto 2019 NBA Playoffs reaction. Magic win game 1! DJ Augustin game winner! Kyle Lowry highlights Raptors loss.

Orlando Magic vs Toronto Raptors 2019 NBA Playoffs Recap

DJ Augustin scored 25 points including a game winning 3 point shot with three seconds left to lead the Orlando Magic win 104-101 in game one over the losers Kyle Lowry Toronto Raptors to open the 2019 NBA playoffs.

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Raptors and Magic fans!

– What was your favorite Kyle Lowry highlight?
– Has your opinion on the Toronto Raptors vs Orlando Magic playoff series changed?
– What was your thoughts when the Raptors made that big 3rd quarter run?

Kawhi Leonard had 25 points, while Pascal Siakam had 24 in the Toronto loss.

Fred VanVleet had 14 points, while Marc Gasol and Danny Green scored 13 apiece for the for the Raptors, who went 58-24 for the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference in the regular season and are making their sixth consecutive playoff appearance.

Kyle Lowry highlights include a knee to the groin from former Raptor Terrence Ross early in the game and scoring zero points on 0-for-7 shooting. Kyle Lowry bad game is the reason for the Raptors losing to the Orlando Magic in game one of the 2019 NBA Playoffs.

Nikola Vucevic and Jonathan Isaac had 11 points, and Aaron Gordon added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Magic, who were 42-40 in the regular season, and are making their first playoff appearance since 2012.

Michael Carter-Williams took an accidental punch to the face by Lowry midway through the third that had blood gushing from his face, and required a quick mop of the court. Television commentators said it appeared that MCW might have a broken nose. They should really review blown foul calls.


Orlando Magic vs Toronto Raptors Game 2 is on Tuesday, then the series shifts to the Amway Center for Games 3 and 4 next Friday and Sunday.

The teams split their season series 2-2, Orlando handing Toronto two of its ugliest losses of the season. The Magic closed the regular season strong, matching Toronto’s conference-best 22-9 record over the final 31 games.

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