The Nets tumbled to a 0-3 shortfall in their first round matchup against the Raptors on Friday. The NBA champs emerged cocked and locked, ran up a 15-point first-half lead, stretched out that lead to 31 in the subsequent half and at last left away with a 117-92 triumph.
Nets were bound from the beginning, entrusted with taking on the league’s best defense by a wide edge without seven of their eight best players. That incorporates Harris, who found the middle value of 20 points and shot 54% from three in the seeding games. The Nets as a group endeavored 51 three-pointers in Game 3. They just made 16 of them, while the Raptors made 18 on 38 endeavors.