By Doug Smith Sports Reporter Thu., May 2, 2019 PHILADELPHIA—The national anthems were winding down and Marc Gasol was working on his game. In a pantomime series of post moves, the Raptors centre would fake over his left shoulder, spin and shoot over his right, fake over his right shoulder, spin and shoot over his left. He knew he had to do more to be part of the Raptors offence — if not scoring, at least being more involved as a facilitator — and it was if he was reminding himself of what he could do in the minutes before Game 3 of the team’s Eastern Conference semifinal against the Philadelphia 76ers. It didn’t work particularly well. Gasol — or anyone else for that matter — was unable to give Toronto a spark at either end of the floor as the Sixers rolled to a 116-95 win at raucous Wells Fargo Center here on Thursday night to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Article Continued Below Joel Embiid widely outplayed Gasol and the Sixers put the game away with a 11-1 run in the first three minutes of the fourth quarter. The final indignity on a night with… Read full this story
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