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The Toronto Raptors were able to force overtime Friday night versus the Indiana Pacers; it prove beneficial to Toronto as they sealed the win with a Rudy Gay game-winner. Paul George is guarding Gay, but even his defenses can’t stop Gay’s silky J.The post Rudy Gay’s Game-Winner Vs Indiana Pacers (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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Rudy Gay has been known to have the clutch gene, and he once again proved that last night against the Pacers. Check out the video below courtesy of The NBA Mistress
Rudy Gay became a Toronto Raptor last week and you would be excused for thinking that he had been liberated from a Grizzly prison upon his departure from Memphis, if you listened to his comments this week on Toronto radio. That is right: the man formerly known as the highest paid man on the Grizz is now the highest paid Raptor -- but will he be the best performing Raptor?
Tweet After six and a half seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies it’s going to take some time to get used to seeing Rudy Gay in a Toronto Raptors uniform. He’s gotten off to a pretty decent start with his new team, averaging 24 points, six boards, and over three steals through the first four [...]
Rudy Gay’s game winning shot.
Rudy Gay scored 17 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter and overtime Friday night, rallying the Toronto Raptors to a 100-98 victory over the weary Indiana Pacers.
The game went into overtime after Amir Johnson's buzzer-beating tip-in stood following a replay review. The Raptors won it when Gay hit a 17-foot jumper with 1.7 seconds left and Paul George's 15-footer rimmed...
I still don’t like the trade from a business standpoint, but Rudy Gay proved his basic on-court worth to the Raptors in a 100-98 overtime victory in Indiana. Though Gay experienced just mixed success (9-25 from the floor) going one-on-one against a stingy defender in Paul George, he did come through with 17 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, including the game...
About two weeks ago, Rudy Gay matched his worst shooting effort of the season against the New Orleans Hornets as part of a dismal slump for the Memphis Grizzlies.
Now he's breathing new life into the Toronto Raptors.
Gay leads the Raptors into Sunday night's home matchup against a Hornets team seeking a third straight victory behind strong play from emerging point guard...
After sifting through what the Raptors fans had to say while watching their team blow a 10 point 4th quarter lead tonight, I mostly just feel bad for them. They clearly haven't had much of anything good to root for from this team, ever. The recent acquisition of Rudy Gay seemed to have put some playoff dreams in their heads, which Boston apparently shattered this evening...
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The Memphis Grizzlies have struggled since dealing Rudy Gay. Perhaps surprisingly, though, his absence has seemingly taken a bigger toll on defense.
The Grizzlies' defensive woes, however, pale in comparison to what the Golden State Warriors are experiencing.
Both will try to avoid three-game losing streaks Friday night when they meet in Memphis.
The Grizzlies (30-18) have...
Keeping the Celtics as a contending team is a daunting prospect with all their injury concerns and the continual conversation of are they better without Rondo. Last night's game provided the proof that this team is mediocre at best. The Toronto Raptors led by new leader, Rudy Gay gave a spirited effort and Boston played down to their expectations. It was very hard to tell...
We’re back again tonight for NBA FanDuel. We had a pretty solid night on Tuesday and we’ll look to continue that streak tonight. There are a lot of games on the slate for tonight making for endless lineup combinations, but here is ours. Good luck tonight and if you’re new to FanDuel, sign up for an account now!
Lineup 1 (60K)
Jeff Teague ($6,100)
Tony Parker ($7,800)
After such a stellar stretch, the Indiana Pacers were due for a letdown game, and boy did they throw it away against the Toronto Raptors, losing 100-98 in overtime and snapping their 15-game home winning streak. And full credit to the Raptors too, for never giving up and fighting through till the end despite getting some pretty dubious calls against them.
What happened was this...