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NBA Playoffs Poll: Who wins Game 2 in Toronto?

Again we ask: Who ya got?

NBA: Playoffs-Milwaukee Bucks at Toronto Raptors John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Most in Toronto had high hopes that this year in Raptor-land would be different. The team would charge into the playoffs, reunited with their engine Kyle Lowry, and dominate a flighty (yet promising), young Milwaukee Bucks team. Sure Giannis Antetokounmpo is an all-world talent, but most had it going six games. Tops.

Well, after another Game 1 defeat (which I promise to stop bringing up, I swear), the Raptors have been tossed into a maelstrom of doubt and angst once again. It’s a familiar feeling.

Since we asked before Game 1 (last time, promise), who you thought would win — Raptors or Bucks — we’ll go again here. But first, some other things to keep in mind, and two additional questions (one of which has been floating around for at least a month) that need addressing.

First, the things:

  • It has to start turning around for Kyle Lowry eventually, right?

Now, Question #1: Will we see more of Norman Powell and/or Delon Wright in Game 2? (For some reason I think the Raps will try to stay big, but with more ball-handling, and toss Wright out there for some minutes. We’ll see.)

And, Question #2: Does the obvious starting lineup change get made today — P.J. Tucker in for DeMarre Carroll? Answer in the comments (though I suspect I know what your answer will be already).

The poll for the day:


Who wins Game 2?

This poll is closed

  • 78%
    Raptors, I refuse to entertain the alternative
    (518 votes)
  • 21%
    Bucks, I pray only for death
    (146 votes)
664 votes total Vote Now