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NBA playoff scores 2017: The Raptors can still beat the Bucks, but it sure doesn't feel like it

LeBron James salvaged a quiet NBA night, but our biggest question is about the floundering Raptors. We could have had three blowouts and a boring Thursday evening of playoff games if not for LeBron James. He had to go out and do something about that, didn’t he? It has now been five years and 20 straight games since James has lost in the first round, a streak he continued by leading a 26-point comeback against the Pacers in Game 3.
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