11:25 p. — Celtics 85, Raptors 78. Exactly six minutes left. Game 7. Winner advances. Loser goes home. Basketball is fun. 11:15 p. — Jaylen Brown slipped as he landed following a two-handed slam dunk. Didn't look good initially, but he is going to stay in the game. Jaylen Brown landed awkwardly pic. com/YtMgb1P4pY — CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) September 12, 2020 11:10 p. — Good news for the Celtics: A quick 7-0 run to start the final frame. Bad news for the Celtics: Daniel Theis just picked up his fifth foul. End of third quarter: Celtics 72, Raptors 71 11:05 p. — Apparently Marcus Smart knows black magic because there's no other way to explain this shot. 10:55 p. — There's that patented Pascal Siakam spin move.
Vintage 🌶️ pic. com/FDW5hEBFLC — Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) September 12, 2020 10:45 p. — It's been a struggle for Kemba Walker, but Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum are carrying the offensive load with 17 points each. Still, Boston needs Walker to contribute more in this half. 𝒔𝒑𝒍𝒂𝒔𝒉 pic. com/RxdDHB55ep Halftime: Celtics 50, Raptors 46 10:25 p. — The Celtics rattle off a 17-6 run over the last six minutes of the second quarter and head into the locker room with a four-point lead. As expected, it's been a back-and-forth battle so far. 𝐇𝐔𝐒𝐓𝐋𝐄 pic. com/RK4k7FU1A4 10:10 p. — Strong minutes from Serge Ibaka.
W-I-N-N-I-N-G P-L-A-Y-S pic. twitter. com/tTz2eJ8dGr — Boston Celtics (@celtics) September 12, 2020 The Raptors, meanwhile, struggled to find offense in the fourth quarter. Toronto scored only five points in the last three minutes of Game 7 and was limited to 16 points in the final frame. The defending champs deserve credit for lasting this long, but it is their turn to leave the NBA bubble. Sporting News provided live updates from Game 7 of Celtics vs. Raptors. Check out all the highlights you missed right here.
Celtics vs. Raptors score Game 7 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Score Celtics 26 24 22 20 92 Raptors 27 19 25 16 87 Celtics vs. Raptors updates, highlights from Game 7 (All times Eastern) Final: Celtics 92, Raptors 87 11:50 p. m. — Pascal Siakam's desperation heave is way off target, and this series is over. The Celtics survive and advance. What an incredible showing from both teams. 11:50 p. — What a defensive stand by Grant Williams. The rookie forward played Fred VanVleet perfectly and forced him to take a contested 3-pointer.
He's already got 12 points and five rebounds. 10:05 p. — Just Kyle Lowry doing Kyle Lowry stuff. Point GAWD at work pic. com/MD9P3GvRGH 10 p. — A rough start for Marcus Smart. The Celtics guard is 3-of-9 from the field, and he just tossed a floater over the top of the backboard. Brad Stevens is not happy.