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Toronto Raptors Playoffs Are Over After A Devastating Loss

It's the end of an era. The Toronto Raptors playoffs have come to an end after a devastating loss against the Boston Celtics. 

With the score of 92-87, the Raptors have hung up their hats for the rest of the season. 

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The final game 7 score

Despite VanVleet's strong game, the team was unable to take the win this Friday. 

That means the Raptors have now lost the chance to be two-time champions this year. 

It looks like John Tory's lucky jacket didn't seem to help after all. 

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