Wizards' Porter Jr. out with leg injury

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The Raptors have a three-games-to-two lead after DeMar DeRozan scored 32 points and Kyle Lowry had a double-double in a 108-98 victory over the Wizards.

The Raptors took a 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven opening round series into Game 6. The Toronto Raptors' inability to mirror their home form on the road, has caused this series to surpass most predictions in terms of the number of games it has taken to decide a victor.

The Wizards have yet to lose to Toronto at home in a postseason game. And with one of their key players out of the lineup. As a team, the Wizards shot just 41 percent from the field and a miserable five of 26 from the three-point line but they were actually leading by five points early in the fourth quarter before the Raptors pulled away late. "Anything's possible, but we hope for the best", Brooks said when asked whether it's possible Porter will not play Friday.

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Coach Dwane Casey told the media pre-game that VanVleet was available.

Casey has maintained that several of his guys - not just Wright - passed up open shots in the road losses, another argument borne out by the evidence. He's probably been dealing with it for a while, but he's been going out there and giving us everything he's got as a teammate. "But I always felt that, any day now, he was going to have a bust-out game".

"I think we've just got to go out there and play our game", he said. It was a one-point game with five minutes left until the Raptors dominated down the stretch. The two teams, plus the National Basketball Association, are donating to a fund set up to help the families affected by the attack. They committed 15 turnovers in Game 5 to only 10 by the Raptors. DeRozan had 13 points in the first quarter and his driving layup gave Toronto a six-point lead. To be sure, Wall found plenty of opportunities, especially in the third quarter, but much of the damage was exacted from midrange - an area of the floor Toronto has effectively surrendered to Wall. Once again, the Raptors combatted Wizards guard John Wall with a dizzying combination of defenders and coverages. Their only points in the last nine minutes came when Beal made a 3-pointer with 16.2 seconds left after the game was out of reach. His long 3-pointer at the end of the shot clock with 3:38 remaining may have been the biggest shot of Toronto's season.

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