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Playoffs 2019

NBA Playoffs 2019: Live scores and highlights from Raptors vs. Magic, Nuggets vs. Spurs, Trail Blazers vs. Thunder

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Russell Westbrook, Enes Kanter, Steven Adams [NBA Getty Images]

We have three Game 2's on tap starting with the Toronto Raptors seeking revenge on the Orlando Magic for their stunning Game 1 road win.

We also have the San Antonio Spurs looking to take their second road game against the Denver Nuggets, and the Oklahoma City Thunder aiming to get on the board in their series with the Portland Trail Blazers.

For highlights, updates and more from these three contests, we have you covered below!

Toronto Raptors 111, Orlando Magic 82 (Series tied 1-1)

The Toronto Raptors weren't letting this one slip through their fingers and they burst out of the blocks and never took their foot off the gas. Kawhi Leonard was the chief destroyer as he finished with 37 points to tie the series up.

Kyle Lowry bounced back from a poor shooting display in Game 1 as he finished with 22 points on 8-13 shooting. Aaron Gordon was the shining light for the Magic, finishing with a team-high 20 points.

End of 3rd Quarter: Raptors 90, Magic 66

Kawhi Leonard wasn't going to let Orlando take a 2-0 series advantage and has dropped 34 points through the first three quarters as the Raptors surge away.

Halftime: Raptors 51, Magic 39

Kawhi Leonard, Kyle Lowry and Pascal Siakam are getting the job done in front of their home fans. The trio have combined for 44 points as a defensive minded Raptors look to level the series up.

End of 1st Quarter: Raptors 26, Magic 18

A dominant opening display from the Raptors saw them jump out to a 16-2 lead before the Magic finally settled offensively and got it together. Kawhi Leonard leading the way with 12 points and 3 assists.

Denver Nuggets 114, San Antonio Spurs 105 (Series tied 1-1)

Jamal Murray had struggled throughout the entire game from all over the field, but down the stretch he simply could not miss as he poured in 21 of his 24 points to help the Nuggets pull off the stunning comeback victory and even the series up at home.

End of 3rd Quarter: Spurs 82, Nuggets 75

The Denver Nuggets with a huge rally late in the term to add some intrigue to this contest heading into the final frame.

Halftime: Spurs 59, Nuggets 49

San Antonio are halfway to a 2-0 series lead after a strong second quarter. The Nuggets made a push late in the term to bring the lead back to under double figures, but they're struggling to slow down LaMarcus and DeMar.

End of 1st Quarter: Spurs 26, Nuggets 21

The lid appears to have stuck on the basket for the Nuggets who continue to struggle offensively. LaMarcus Aldridge leads the way for the Spurs with 12 points.

Portland Trail Blazers 114, Oklahoma City Thunder 94 (Blazers lead 2-0)

CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard led the charge as the top-seeded Blazers secured the 2-0 series lead after getting the better of the Thunder in front of their home crowd.

The backcourt duo could not be stopped as they combined for a staggering 62 points.

Halftime: Thunder 54, Blazers 54

These two continue to trade barbs and cannot be separated. Blazers backcourt duo of Lillard and McCollum are on fire with 32 points while Paul George leads the Thunder with 16.

End 1st Quarter: Thunder 31, Blazers 26

A back and forth opening quarter sees the Thunder holding the slender lead, but CJ McCollum is giving them everything he has.

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