Channing Frye got a dunk.
The creaky-legged former Magic and Suns sharpshooter who was drafted over 10 years ago and who we hasn’t been seen inside the paint on offense since Steve Nash was winning MVPs, threw down a dunk against the Raptors in Game 2. And that wasn’t even his only bucket in the paint.
Cleveland’s 108-89 win in the second game of their Eastern Conference Final against Toronto has turned into a disaster for those fans north of the border. Kyle Lowry is back to his abysmal shooting at the beginning of the playoffs. So far this series he’s 1-of-15 from three-point range and 8-for-28 overall from the field. And even when the Raptors’ best player got a center like Tristan Thompson to switch onto him, he was still unable to take advantage.