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BROOKLYN - With just over four minutes to go in the third quarter, Amir Johnson sat on the bench, wincing in pain as he watched the game and, in effect, his teams season slip away. That seemed like an appropriate time to get a head start on the Raptors playoff obituary. Their first-half onslaught had evaporated, the 17-point lead was no more and Johnson, like Kyle Lowry, was battling foul trouble and a myriad of ailments. At that point the momentum, if you believe in such things, belonged to the hosting Brooklyn Nets. This upstart Raptors team had been in similar situations throughout the season - fighting for their lives, backs up against the wall - but, tied going into the fourth quarter of a critical Game 4, this would be their biggest and most revealing test yet. They had a new audience, a brighter spotlight, a bigger stage and 12 minutes to prove something that they themselves already knew. "Everybody has something on their body that definitely hurts," said Johnson, who injured his knee in a failed attempt to draw a charge on the Nets Paul Pierce, "but we keep playing, we keep fighting. Its not the time to hold back now. Weve got to keep going." The Raptors held Brooklyn without a field goal for the final six minutes, without a point for the last five and in doing so they showed more character than they had at any point in this series. "Thats just us, man," DeMar DeRozan said after scoring a team-high 24 points in the Raptors scrappy 87-79 win on Sunday, tying their best-of-seven opening round series up at 2-2. "Were definitely resilient, were not going to give up until the games over. Were going to fight through." Just as things were at their most bleak - Lowry had picked up his fifth foul and Johnson, still on the bench, was also saddled with five - the Raptors got serious. Slightly out of character, DeRozan drew a charge, then he took another. Was that a first? "Nah, I dont think so," the all-star guard said with a smirk on his face as Lowry, sitting next to him, chuckled. "I hope its not." Then Lowry, throwing caution to the wind, reached in and poked the ball away from Pierce. Johnson followed suit and in a familiar scene - one that earned him his fifth foul and a sore knee earlier - stepped in to take the charge. Both Lowry and Johnson were one foul away from spending the rest of the game watching from the sidelines, one hit to the knee away from spending the rest of the night on the trainers table. Neither player seemed willing to allow his team to lose. "Theyre fighters," said Jonas Valanciunas. "Theyre soldiers. They go on the court anyway. So its good when you have those types of guys on your team." Everyone is dealing with bumps and bruises to some degree at this point in the season. Who wasnt limping out there tonight, Valanciunas was asked. "Julyan Stone," the young centre said with a smile. But there was Lowry, limping up and down the court between possessions, lying next to the bench to stay loose when he wasnt in the game. He had tweaked his reoccurring right knee injury early in Game 3, on top of all the nicks hes accumulated over a long season, but he gutted it out again. Where would his team be without him? "We would have probably got in a fight if I tried to take him out of the game," coach Dwane Casey joked. "Hes dealing with a lot right now and he came through with flying colours. He fought through foul trouble, a little bit of adversity throughout the game and still came through.” Lowry scored 12 of his 22 points in the second half and once again, with the game on the line, his team resembled their point guard, their leader, their best player. "I am not surprised at all that Kyle was limping around, hes a warrior, hes everything to this team," said Chuck Hayes. "The guy gives it his all, we just feed off of him. Then we tease him about it after, hes going to have probably every ice bag in here on his body." "We dont give up man, were some fighters," Hayes continued. "We play like the underdog, we were the underdog probably all year, including this series. I dont know, we just go out there and play for each other." Go ahead, underestimate them, disrespect them and count them out. They feed off it. If respect is earned in the postseason, perhaps the Raptors are starting to turn heads. "We understand that this is a group thats not going to back down, thats not going to give up," Pierce said after the game. "Theyve earned a lot of peoples respect around the league. Just because you dont have a lot of playoff experience doesnt mean youre not a good team. You can learn on the fly." Theyve done just that, now its a whole new ball game. The Raptors will return to Toronto and their raucous crowd at the Air Canada Centre after reclaiming home-court advantage for what has become a best-of-three set, beginning with Wednesdays Game 5. Have they played their best basketball? "No," Lowry and DeRozan answered in unison, but there is a growing sense of belief in the room coinciding with an ambiance of nervousness that spread throughout Barclays Center as Toronto hit back on Sunday. The Raptors may not be in over their heads after all. "Were on a mission," Casey said. "Were not just here trying to win a game. We want to make sure we stay poised, stay focused on our business. Thats what weve been about all year." Adidas NMD Womens Sale . They actually finished with a better record in ‘07 than they did in ‘06 but only marginally, going from 61 victories to 66. Wholesale NMD . MORITZ, Switzerland -- Latvia won a four-man World Cup bobsled race Sunday, while the U. http://www.cheapnmdonline.com/wholesale-adidas-nmd-r1-china.html . Hall had a goal and three assists in a 5-4 loss to San Jose on Tuesday, had an assist in each of Edmontons next two games the capped the week with a goal and two assists in the Oilers 4-2 win over Anaheim on Sunday. Fake NMD Human Race For Sale . -- The Sacramento Kings and guard Jimmer Fredette have completed a buyout of his contract, clearing the way for the former BYU sensation to become a free agent. Cheap Fake NMD .The Los Angeles Lakers star passed Michael Jordan for third on the NBAs career scoring list Sunday night in a 100-94 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves.Roberto Martinez will begin his tenure as manager with Everton when he leads his new side against Norwich City, while West Bromwich Albion will open their Barclays Premier League season against Southampton. You can catch Norwich City v. Everton on TSN beginning at 9:30am et/6:30am pt, West Brom v. Southampton can be seen streaming live on TSN.ca at 10am et/7am pt. Despite capturing the FA Cup, Martinez was not able to keep his Wigan Athletic side in the Premier League last season as they were relegated to the Championship. Hired to replace David Moyes, who left Everton for Manchester United, Martinez grabbed a few of his players as he made his way out the door. Antolin Alcaraz, Arouna Kone and Joel Robles have all been added to an Everton squad that already boasts quality in players like Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini. Norwich very comfortably kept their place in the league last season with an 11th place finish and are one of the mid-table teams that will have aspirations of a top ten finish. New striker Gary Hooper is a question mark for the match after suffering a shin injury last week but is considered a big part of what the team hopes to accomplish moving forward. Lerroy Fer, another player Norwich added in the off-season will not be in the lineup due to serving a one-game suspension he picked up in Holland.dddddddddddd Norwich took four points from the two meetings last season, winning at home and drawing in the road contest. West Bromwich Albion came out of the gate hot last season, dropping only one of their first six games. They faded as the season progressed but still managed to post a strong eighth place finish in the table. Nicholas Anelka will have to fill the shoes left behind by last seasons top scorer Romelu Lukaku who was with the team on loan from Chelsea last season but will remain in Blue for this campaign. Mauricio Pochettino was brought in by Southampton last year to help them stay in the league after they had fallen dangerously close to being relegated and he accomplished that goal with a 14th place finish, five points clear of the bottom three. Now he hell have a full season to put his mark on the team which began with picking up defender Dejan Lovran and midfielder Victor Wanyama during the off-season. West Brom won both meetings against Southampton last season with the Saints failing to score in either meeting. ' ' '
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