After winning game 1 over the Toronto Raptors in the opening game of the 2014 NBA postseason to assure themselves of at least a split on the Raptors’ home court, the Brooklyn Nets fell to the Raptors in game 2. They held off a later Raptors’ rally to win game 3 on Friday and are looking to win game 4 and put a stranglehold on their first round series Sunday night.
Although the Nets used a huge run to turn things around, they got off to a terrible start.
The Raptors took a 35-22 lead after the first quarter and extended the lead to 15 in the first minute of the quarter on a Greivis Vasqez jumper. Nets’ head coach Jason Kidd was clearly very unhappy with his team’s play at that point and turned around to let his assistants know about it.