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Raptors vs. Pacers: Toronto Looks to Keep Rolling in Game 4

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The Toronto Raptors will look to take their first 3-1 series lead in franchise history on Saturday afternoon against the Indiana Pacers.

Kyle Lowry will look to lead the Raptors to a Game 4 victory
Kyle Lowry will look to lead the Raptors to a Game 4 victory
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The Toronto Raptors have overcome a shaky start to their first-round series against the Indiana Pacers and have looked dominant for the bulk of the past two games.

The Raptors are really starting to show why they are the second seed in the Eastern Conference, imposing their will on both ends of the floor. Today in Indianapolis, Toronto sets its sights on stealing another game on the road to take a commanding 3-1 lead.

Indiana has made a change to its starting lineup as rookie Myles Turner draws the start at power forward over Lavoy Allen. Frank Vogel will hope this is the spark his team needs to get back on track.

If you're not down at Jurassic Park, here are some links for pre-game reading while you anxiously await the tip:

In case you haven't checked it out, here's my game preview.

There's also a load of good content over at Indy Cornrows. If you missed any of it, here are the highlights:

-A look at why the Pacers' bench unit needs to be shelved

-What exactly Indiana is playing for this year

-From pre-Game 3, an extensive guide to limiting Jonas Valanciunas

Michael Grange put out a pair of nice pieces on travelling Raptors fans, and the DeMarre Carroll-Paul George battle.

Ryan Wolstat's pre-game notebook.

So, will the Raptors grab their first 3-1 series lead in franchise history, or will the Pacers even things up heading back to the "6ix?" Time for some comments.