The team of Ibaka and Marc Gasol equals the tie against the Celtics (93-100). The Spanish Congolese player of the Congolese pivot contributes 18 points and seven rebounds from the bench
Toronto Raptors equaled the Eastern Conference semifinal tie (2-2) this morning after beating Boston Celtics (93-100) in the fourth game, in which Cameroonian power forward Pascal Siakam and point guard Kyle Lowry led the attack by Nick Nurses.
If on Friday an Anunoby triple on the horn avoided the 3-0 and put them in the fight, this Saturday the Canadians cooked a more comfortable victory, drying men like Kemba Walker (15). Only forward Jayson Tatum, with 24 points, kept Brad Stevens’ men with options.
VanVleet, with a shot of three in the last second, allowed Toronto to equalize the contest at halftime (49-49), and already in the third quarter, he assembled an income of eight points enough to win the duel. Siakam and Lowry, with 23 and 24 points respectively, dominated in the scoring facet for the Canadian franchise.
Meanwhile, the Spanish-Congolese power forward Serge Ibaka contributed to the victory with 18 points and 7 rebounds, to which he added a block in the 22 minutes he was on the field of HP Field House at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. Meanwhile, the Spanish pivot Marc Gasol, in his almost 26 minutes of participation, signed 4 points, 2 rebounds, and 5 assists.