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BREAKING: Kyle Lowry Out For Game 4 of NBA Eastern Conference Semi-Finals


Things have went from bad to worse for the Toronto Raptors. After winning their first round series against the Milwaukee Bucks, Raptors' fans had high hopes for a competitive series against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. After losing 2 straight, the Raptors found themselves in a quick hole that they'd hoped they could climb out of in Games 3 and 4.

Those hopes dwindled when star Point Guard, Kyle Lowry, sprained his left ankle in the second half of Game 2. Reports indicate that his injury worsened after trying to work out before tip-off for Game 3.

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Facing a 3-0 series hole and now an injury to Lowry, it's up to DeRozan and Ibaka to carry the load. With this injury, LeBron draws even closer to cementing his ticket to his 7th straight NBA Finals appearance, and remaining unbeaten in the process.

Now, the Raptors are staring at a brutal end to a very disappointing season. With Lowry and DeRozan likely still in it for the long-haul, what will the Raptors do to break their curse?