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The NBA All Star Game is a game held each year (mid-season) between the NBA players of the Western Conference and Eastern Conference. The starting line-ups from each team are voted on by the fans. The game is the highlight of the NBA All Star Weekend. 
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It quickly became quite clear the Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn't require any outside help, sneaky tricks or scoreboard shenanigans on Wednesday night to utterly dismantle the Toronto Raptors in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. The game was practically over as soon as it started with the Cavs taking a 3-2 series edge courtesy of a 116-78 throttling of the Raptors. But the wisenheimers in charge of running Quicken Loans Arena’s Jumbotron used some Canadian-based chicanery as a means to get the boo birds chirping while Raptors players shot their free throws. According to photos posted to Twitter by ESPN's Adam Reisinger, images of Canadian pop culture icons Justin Bieber and Drake -- the latter being the Raptors' global ambassador -- were shown on the Jumbotron, which not surprisingly elicited a negative response from the Cavaliers faithful inside The Q. To get the crowd to boo during Raptors' free throws, the Cavs put a picture of Justin Bieber on the video board. pic.twitter.com/aap4Qm6Bso —
       
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After taking two games at home and playing their way back into the Eastern Conference Finals, the Toronto Raptors laid a complete egg against the Cavaliers in Cleveland Wednesday night. The end result was as bad as any blowout you will ever see in the playoffs. How bad? So bad that Kyle Lowry seemed legitimately stunned when glancing over the box score. When you get your report card and you have to explain to your parents why you failed all of your classes. A video posted by Sports Videos (@houseofhighlights) on May 26, 2016 at 12:32am PDT What’s wrong, Kyle? Was it the 39 percent shooting from the field? Could it have been the 17.6 percent from three-point range? Or how about being out-rebounded by a total of 57-38? Lowry has personally faced a lot of criticism this postseason, but losing by 38 points in a playoff game never falls on one man’s shoulders. The Raptors were outplayed and outcoached in every phase of the game. If they’re anything close to that bad in Toronto for Game 6,
       
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This article was originally published on Pick and Popovich on May 25, 2016. Very few problems come from winning 73 games. Here’s one of them: when winning comes so easily, how motivated would any team be to experiment with alternative styles of basketball, just in case? Right now, the Warriors are getting absolutely blitzed in three areas: rebounding, fast breaks, and free throws. The trio is actually fairly interconnected. If the Warriors got more rebounds, the Thunder would have fewer fast-break opportunities. If the Thunder had fewer fast-break opportunities, the Warriors wouldn’t have to foul them so much in desperation. But as it stands right now, Oklahoma City has been able to push the pace at will, and as the Warriors don’t yet have an answer for Russell Westbrook, their only means of defending him as he barrels towards the basket like a goddamn avalanche made of fire. So the following three stats seem somewhat relevant: The Thunder have 29 more rebounds in this series than the Warriors.
       
Cavaliers fan gets in shouting match with Dwane Casey
       
Nothing went right for the Toronto Raptors in their 116-78 loss to the Cavaliers on Wednesday night. Cleveland was clicking on all cylinders in the pivotal Game 5 of the series, and their Big 3 set the tone early and completely dominated the opposition. As bad as the box score looked for the Raptors, on top of that, head coach Dwane Casey had to deal with a fan seated courtside yelling at him during the game. Casey didn’t take the high road, either, and the two got into a heated argument during the third quarter of the game. hahah who is this guy pic.twitter.com/LZeXEevSR9 — James Herbert (@outsidethenba) May 26, 2016 When it rains, it pours.
       
Mark Jackson calls out Richard Jefferson for costing Warriors a series
       
Mark Jackson is one bitter dude. The ESPN analyst and former Golden State Warriors head coach was calling Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Toronto Raptors and Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday when fellow analyst Jeff Van Gundy started to talk about the surprisingly strong play of Cavs forward Richard Jefferson. After finishing his analysis, Jackson jumped in and threw his former Warriors player under the bus. Jeff Van Gundy: “Don’t talk about what you need to do to win. Do what you need to do to win. Richard Jefferson, great loose ball play and has always been a terrific finisher on the break.” Jackson “Guy’s a pro. Stays ready. Played for me in Golden State. Cost us a series in San Antonio, missing two free throws, but I’m not holding onto that. Still has plenty in the tank and playing at a high level for this Cavaliers team.” For a guy who says he’s “not holding onto that,” it certainly comes across like he is. What is Jackson referring to? In Game 1 of the
       
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