TORONTO, CANADA - APRIL 19: Amir Johnson #15 of the Toronto Raptors throws out the first pitch before the Toronto Blue Jays MLB game against the New York Yankees on April 19, 2013 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
They were knocking down shots from every which way ... Give them credit. They were pretty hot tonight.
I don’t really care about their streak ... We pretty much worry about ourselves. We really wanted to get that win.
It’s not over yet ... It’s three more games until we’re actually completely done. For me, we’re still in it.More quotes »
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