Toronto Raptors: Player grades from collapse against Oklahoma City Thunder

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NICK NURSE. D. A fairly mediocre game from a coaching standpoint from Nick Nurse. The rotations in the fourth quarter were frustrating, with Gasol, VanVleet, and Siakam not seeing the court until just over six minutes left in the game, by which time the Thunder had already taken the lead. The choice to go with a playoff rotation shortened rotation of nine men was smart, with <a href=. Head Coach. Toronto Raptors

OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER. B. The story of the game is the Thunder moved the ball around better than the Raptors and attempted 18 more threes than the Raptors. That wins games in itself, with the Thunder shooting just under 50-percent in the game. The standout player for them was Dennis Schroder, who scored from just about everywhere on the floor. Despite fouling out in the fourth quarter, <a href=. (43-30). Western Conference

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